Gerrick was suspended by the school pending an investigation and detectives who searched his Manchester Township home seized two long guns and a handgun, Fox43 also reported, citing police. Police told Fox43 that the 50-year-old teacher was upset following a conversation he had with administrators over the removal of the plastic barrier he erected in his classroom. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
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Chad Gerrick is a teacher at Sinking Springs Elementary School in York, Pa.
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Gerrick also said if he contracted coronavirus, he would “come to school and spread COVID to everyone I can,” the police document reportedly added. Last Friday, a cafeteria worker said she heard Gerrick threaten to “shoot all them f—–s” at the district’s administrative offices, the station reported, citing a criminal complaint affidavit filed by Northern York County Regional Police.
“Over the holiday weekend, the District continued to receive notification of several new positive cases of COVID-19,” it said in a message posted on its website. “In the past 14 days, a total of 19 cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Sinking Springs Elementary.” Meanwhile, the Central York School District says Gerrick’s school will operate remote-only through Friday because of new coronavirus cases.
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