Tips for dealing with online grief accompanies story
By Linda Ireland
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 8:00 pm
When Hodgenville Police Chief John Cottrill received a call to investigate a possible threat Thursday at LaRue County High School, he assumed he would be dealing with a handwritten letter.
Instead, he learned a student had been playing an interactive video game at his home and became concerned at comments made by another online player. The student reported the incident to Principal Paul Mullins who turned the matter over to police.
Cottrill and Mullins agree it was the right move.
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