PLAINFIELD, Ind. -- Concerned Plainfield parents questioned how safe their children really are Tuesday as a man with a handgun was removed from a meeting meant to address their fears.
The community meeting -- hosted by officials from Plainfield and Indiana State Police, as well as the FBI – was scheduled after weeks of ongoing threats against Plainfield High School by an anonymous Facebook user under the moniker "Brian Kil."
Police began the meeting saying more than 200 subpoenas had already been served in the case.
Special Agent Jay Abbott, who oversees the FBI's Indianapolis division, said he is the parent of three children and he understands what parents in the community must be thinking.
The evening was derailed, however, when a man found with a handgun was escorted out of the meeting by police.