Middlebury Shooting – After performing an investigation into the claim that there was a gunman in the library, officials from Middlebury College have decided that the school is safe and that the report of an active shooter in the Davis Family Library on campus was unfounded. They also determined that the report of an active shooter in the Davis Family Library on campus was baseless. The Davis Library, which can be found on the main campus of Middlebury College, was searched by members of the Middlebury College campus police department at 12:30 in the morning on Monday.
The results of the investigation demonstrated that there was no evidence of a credible threat within the facility; hence, the search was terminated as a direct consequence of the findings obtained from the investigation. Because the danger has been gone, the command that was sent to everyone on campus to take cover in the location in which they were already located has been revoked.
On the evening of Sunday, April 9, just before 11 o’clock, it was allegedly either seen or heard that there was a potential threat. On Sunday, a few minutes before the clock struck midnight, the university posted a message on social media indicating that personnel of law enforcement were now on campus conducting a search of the library. The statement stated that the search was being conducted at that very moment.
The role was made available to the general public. The report arrived only a few minutes before the clock struck twelve o’clock in the evening. The post was uploaded to the website in the nick of time, only a few minutes before the clock struck midnight.