LAWRENCE — Two Lawrence men were arrested Friday afternoon involving the Rollins School incident.
Remy Salazar, 19, was arrested and charged by assault by means of dangerous weapon, intent to distribute a class B substance and control substances violation near school.
A Rollins School employee saw Salazar go through a back window in a house next to the school and called the police thinking it was a break in.
Salazar claims he was just visiting a friend.
When police arrived to the 429 Howard St., home, they found Salazar packaging what they believe was drugs. The 19-year-old then released a pit bull which police shot and killed.
That’s when Hector Muniz, 38, approached the school angrily with a gun, police said. He was allegedly upset that police killed the pit bull. He shouted in the direction at the school with gun in hand, police said.
Police quickly detained and arrested Muniz before he could go inside the school.
According to police, Muniz is also known by the alias “God Son.”
He was charged with disturbance of school, assault to murder, trespass with firearm, carrying a firearm without a license and firearm on school grounds.
The Rollins School was briefly put on lockdown during the incident.
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