Parent poses as gunman to test school security
Police have arrested a Texas man who officers say made his way into an elementary school, conducting his own active-shooter drill.
Officials say Ronald J. Miller, 44, who did not have a weapon on him, arrived at Celina Elementary School just before 8 a.m. on Wednesday as students were arriving.
He made his way past greeters at the school’s entrance and into the main office, where he told workers they were dead because he was a gunman, officials said.
The Dallas News reports that Miller has a child at the school and had been a volunteer fireman and paramedic in the area for six years.
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