After two gun threats on campus, parents demanding a sheriff’s deputy at Fallbrook High School are getting their wish. At a school board Monday night, the school's superintendent says an armed San Diego County Sheriff's Deputy will begin patrolling the campus in about ten days.
The deputy could cost the district as much as $250,000 a year. The school was put on lockdown for more than three hours last Wednesday after reports of a gun on campus.
No gun was found in that incident, but deputies did find a gun on campus in February and arrested three students in connection with that incident.
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