Police called to O’Keefe House after student received threat

(Shannon Baldwin and Erin Petrow/Ryersonian Staff)


Police were called to the O’Keefe House Friday morning after reports that a student received a threat.

Const. Victor Kwong says that it’s an ongoing threat that the police have been “investigating for a little while.”

Details of the threat were not disclosed by police.

Both police and police dog services were called to the scene. By 11:30 a.m., both were gone.

Ryerson Security called police to campus around 9 a.m.

The O’Keefe House is home to about 30 students.

No arrests have been made.




Police on Gould Street Friday morning. (Shannon Baldwin/Ryersonian Staff)


The OKeefe House is located on Bond and Gould Streets. (Eman Ali/Ryersonian Staff)

(Shannon Baldwin/Ryersonian Staff)

Police dog services parked outside of the O’Keefe House. (Shannon Baldwin/Ryersonian Staff)


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