Generic police tape file picture (Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images) GADSDEN, Ala. - A man who tried to enter an Alabama elementary school where a summer program was being held was shot to death by police Thursday morning, authorities said.Gadsden City Schools Superintendent Tony Reddick told reporters that a "potential intruder" went to several doors trying to get into Walnut Park Elementary School, where a summer literacy program was being conducted for 34 children. All the exterior doors were locked and the principal contacted the school resource officer when she realized what was happening, Reddick said.The resource officer confronted a person who attempted to break into a marked Rainbow City police car near the school, according to a statement from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
More officers from the Gadsden Police Department showed up to assist, the statement said.RELATED: Uvalde grieves at funerals for 19 children, 2 teachers after Texas shootingThe person was shot to death after resisting and trying to take the resource officer's gun, the agency said. The statement, which didn't mention any attempt to enter the school, didn't say how many shots were fired or by whom.The state identified the dead man as Robert Tyler White, 32, of Bunnlevel, North Carolina.
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