MOSCOW, Idaho – On Wednesday, there was a report of a potential active shooter at Moscow High School, which caused the students to have a tense morning.
After the report was made, the school went into lockdown at approximately 10:00 in the morning. Out of an abundance of caution, the Moscow Police Department (MPD) responded with many officers. However, the investigators came to the conclusion that there is not now any imminent danger.
The Metropolitan Police Department has provided an update in which they indicate that the lockdown at the high school was removed at about 11 in the morning. Despite this, it is still against the rules for members of the public to enter or leave the campus at this time.
There were no injuries reported, and every student was found and accounted for. Parents are urged to get in touch with their children but are asked to avoid the area for the time being.
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Officers from the Metropolitan Police Department are contacting and clearing other schools in the neighborhood, and an investigation into the occurrence is currently underway.