USC’s Doheny Library Evacuated; Major Police Presence on Campus

To our knowledge, there is no immediate threat, but please stay away.” Another message from USC told people in the library to exit and that police would escort them away. Police evacuated Doheny Library at USC on Saturday afternoon amid heavy police activity on the campus. Major @LAPDHQ presence on @USC campus – all outside Doheny library. Students being escorted out of the building. pic.twitter.com/L6KFa01XYS
— Jordan Winters (@JordanWinters41) November 20, 2016

TV helicopter footage showed a heavy police presence near the library, and people who live in the area said some roads into the campus were closed. pic.twitter.com/KQtRCfg20t
— Amy Gebert (@ACGeb) November 20, 2016

Dozens of officers just entered building with weapons and police dogs. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. USC Libraries said on Twitter that “Doheny Library is closed due to a police-related incident. 34.103619
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