N.M. police tour area high schools; prepare to handle the worst
By Carolyn Carolson
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — What if a gunman shot several students then locked himself in the cafeteria of a West Side high school?
Police officers, instead of students, walked the halls of West Mesa High School on Tuesday imagining that scenario.
Albuquerque Police Department Westside Area Command officers are touring West Side high schools this week to become familiar with all of the high schools' layouts in case they are called in an emergency.
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