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Alleged death threat at Western

'Safe campus plan' put into practice

A University of Western Ontario employee is facing charges of uttering threats after police were tipped off to alleged death threats against several people, including at least one other Western employee. Police arrested Todd Williams after a search of his home revealed five rifles that were unsafely stored. Police say Williams, who has been released from custody pending a Dec 8 court date, is not a threat to the university community. Although the university did not initiate a lockdown, the school’s “safe campus plan” was put into practice.

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