"We’re definitely going to be feeding our first responders, we’re going to contact local hospitals and see if they need food,” Popp said. “We have to realize these people, nurses and doctors they don’t get to leave. Once that hurricane is coming, they have to stay there until it’s gone.”
The Akron Police Department released bodycam footage on Wednesday, showing officers rushing into Garfield Community Learning Center with their guns drawn last Friday, after they received a call reporting an active shooter in the building.
“This is my first media interview since he was found and it will probably be my only media interview,” said retired Police Chief Rob Hickman, who continues to receive threats over the 14-year-old’s death.
“The Champion Police Department does not believe there is a continued threat to any students or staff but will be assigning additional officers to the school to mitigate any concern for safety,” CPD stated.