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Threat cleared, classes resume March 8

Captain of LACCD Community College Bureau Rodrick Armalin and Pierce President Kathleen Burke give a press conference on a “credible threat” to the campus.

The suspected male was arrested and the threat was cleared. School will be back in session tomorrow morning.

Marc Dionne
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