A Medina man was charged with inducing panic after he posted a status update supporting the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
A Medina man posted support for the Sandy Hook gunman on Facebook, leading to a charge of inducing panic, reports WKYC Channel 3. Joseph Resovsky, 20, told the news station he was only trying to prove a point with his post by showing that people forget about things easily. His post, according to WKYC: "I'm so happy somebody shot up all those little (expletive). Viva la School Shootings!!!!" Medina Police say they received tons of calls and complaints about the post. That's why they charged him with inducing panic. Resovsky has since deleted his Facebook account. Read the full story at WKYC Channel 3's website.
The Solon Board of Education, the district's administrative team and Police Chief Chris Viland will meet in executive session Tuesday to review all emergency and safety plans.
In the wake of the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., Solon Schools leaders and the police chief will meet Tuesday to review all safety plans and discuss any recommended changes. The Solon Board of Education, the district's administrative team and Police Chief Chris Viland will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday in private executive session to review all of their emergency plans, said Superintendent Joe Regano in a letter to parents. Regano said the district will share with parents all the information it can on Wednesday. Regano's full letter is below: Like you, we spent much of this weekend reflecting on the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. We share your concerns about ensuring that our school buildings are as safe as they …