Police: Rumors muddle possible threat probe

Law enforcement investigators base their cases on facts, not rumors.

That’s what makes sorting out possible threats involving Granbury High School such a long, painstaking process, according to Deputy Chief Alan Hines of the Granbury Police Department.

The prime example was a message written on a brick of a wall outside GHS that stated:


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