School district: Call directed at Sky View was 'bomb threat'
A threatening call directed at Sky View High School on Monday was a “bomb threat,” according to Cache County School District spokesperson Tim Smith.
Cache County Sheriff’s Office started investigating the incident after a concerning call was made to dispatch. In a news release, the sheriff’s office characterized the call as “threatening” and “criminal in nature.”
According to Smith, the school went into a shelter-in-place protocol lasting nearly two hours, with students sheltered in several locations as a result of a lunch period.
Scanner traffic indicated law enforcement searched rooms throughout the school as well as student backpacks. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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