|NATIONAL NEWS MEDIA REPORTS ASU CAMPUS ON LOCKDOWN|
Reports of active shooters at Arkansas State University put the campus on lockdown on Valentine's Day.
Hundred's of area law enforcement and the Arkansas National Guard mobilized to respond to the threat.
Early reports of the incident had law enforcement unable to locate the gunmen,
then a post on social media provided a clue.
|RADICAL NINJAS POST ON SOCIAL MEDIA THEY ARE ATTACKING ASU|
A group of radical ninjas posted on several social media sites that they had invaded the NE Arkansas campus and were attacking the Red Wolves. There was no reason given as to why they were attacking.
ASU Campus Police Department spokesman, Lt. Dan Taylor told reporters that discovering that it was ninjas and not shooters explained why they could not find anyone on the campus. "Ninjas are trained to be sneaky and stealthy." Lt. Dan added. "we are not equipped or have any training to deal with this kind of threat."
|ASUPD OFFICER LT. DAN DECKED OUT IN FULL RIOT GEAR|
After about an hour or so when no trace of the ninjas could be found the lockdown was lifted.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson is seeking federal funds to prepare state law enforcement agencies to be able to properly respond to future ninja attacks.