U.S. Air Force Academy superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria delivered a powerful message after racial slurs were scrawled outside the dorm rooms of five black students at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School.
Law enforcement officials completed a search early Saturday and found no evidence of an active shooterÂ at an Air Force Academy dormitory.
Authorities said that the Colorado-based academyÂ was placed on lockdown after 12 a.m. ET,Â and that text messages were sent to airmen warning them of a possible shooter. The Air Force Academy later provided the all-clear, saying on Twitter that there were “no confirmed shots fired” and that “everyone is safe.”
“We will continue to investigate the cause of the reports.” the Air Force Academy said on Twitter, adding: “We would like to thank our community partners for their assistance.”
According to KUSA-TV,Â El Paso County Sheriff’s Office also responded to the…