Flash staff report
November 2, 2022
On Wednesday, November 2, Huckabay ISD was forced to lockdown the campus after a male subject attempted to make entry into the building. According to Erath County Sheriff’s Office, no one was injured and the subject left the location without incident. He was later trespassed from the school grounds by law enforcement.
Press release from ECSO:
Law Enforcement from the Erath County Sheriff’s Office and Texas Department of Public Safety were sent to the Huckabay Independent School campus today for an investigation.
Representatives from the Huckabay ISD contacted the Sheriff’s Office in reference to a male subject that was attempting to gain entry into the building. It was reported to law enforcement that the male subject had been served with divorce papers earlier that morning before arriving at the school.
The Huckabay ISD immediately implemented their safety and security protocols and placed the school in a lockdown status. Upon the male subject’s failure to gain entry to the school he left that location. Deputies were then directed to the residence of the subject in an attempt to make contact with him at that location. Troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety were able to find and make contact with him on a traffic stop.
The male subject was identified as Raul Perez. Troopers made contact with the school and were told that a Criminal Trespass warning was requested to be issued to Perez and that no further contact was needed. Mr. Perez was issued a criminal trespass warning and advised that he was not allowed to be at the school. No additional criminal charges will be filed in the incident.
Due to the fact that the Huckabay ISD immediately implemented the safety and security protocols of which they have trained on and prepared for, no children or staff of the Huckabay ISD were placed in any harm or danger.
Upon completion of the investigation the school was placed back in regular session.