2 Red Lion School Staff Members Escorted from Building by Police
Police Investigating two (former) Red Lion High School Staff
UPDATE: Charges Finally Filled
The details of this story are still developing, here is what we know so far:
Purportedly (former) Asst. Principal Gouker and (former) Dean of Students/Music Director Keiser on Friday, October 4th, 2019 were escorted from the school by resource officer Greenly, as of
To verify this story 3 separate sources were contacted. A source in Red Lion confirms this story and reports that other than their professional connection both attended Band Camp. 3:14PM This source has retracted this statement about band camp
Another source deep inside York County education circles confirms this story and reports their offices are “cleaned out”
Another source within police circles confirms this news and reports “details we be made available soon”
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Update: 3:00 PM, Friday, October 4th
** PRESS RELEASE **
FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
October 4, 2019
The Red Lion Area School District can confirm the existence of a law-enforcement investigation involving two employees, both of whom have tendered their resignation and are no longer employed by the District. These matters do not relate to any threat of violence and there is no security concern regarding persons or facilities. As always, the safety and security of our students and staff are our primary concern.
We are cooperating fully with the York Area Regional Police and are continuing to conduct our own parallel investigation of these matters. Since this is an open investigation, the District cannot comment any further.
Many rumors are being perpetuated online, and without official evidence of a crime or misconduct being committed past or present, we will not comment. We can only hope that YARPD finishes their investigation and shines the light of justice on these backroom developments.
October 7th Update:
The York Area Regional Police department responded promptly when asked for updates, “The York Area Regional Police Department Does not comment on pending investigations.” the press release does not provide any further details into the investigation and assures that there are no safety concerns for students or staff.