When a report of shots fired was made from Woodson Elementary School in Corning, it was taken very seriously in light of recent events in the Corning area. The call was received by Corning Police at 7:36AM Monday morning. As lockdown procedures were being done, a school janitor called the police department to say it sounded like the shots were coming from an orchard to the northeast of the Toomes Avenue School. A robust response of Corning Police, the CHP, Tehama County Sheriff’s Deputies and Corning Fire Department quickly set up road closures and began an investigation, with Corning Police arriving 2 minutes after the initial call. It was soon determined that the shots were not fired on or near the campus, and there was no active threat to the school. Residents to the northeast, out of city limits, told police that there have been problems recently with a pack of aggressive dogs running loose. It’s believed that somebody had been shooting at those dogs, though who it was is not known.