ALBANY, Ore. -- Albany Police said there will be a police presence at many schools in the Greater Albany Public School District on Monday after threats of a school shooting.
Police said they received numerous calls in regards to those reports. They said those reports have been investigated and are not substantiated.
However, police said they will still have a presence.
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