Lockdown lifted at Sebastopol high school after police find no threat
SEBASTOPOL, Calif. - Police lifted a lockdown at West County High School in Sebastopol on Thursday after they deemed there was no threat to anyone on campus.
Just before 1 p.m., Sebastopol police said they confirmed there was no student with a gun on campus, which had been reported.
There was a threat at the same school a few days ago, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported.
Police investigated a potential threat at the same school a few days ago, the Press Democrat reported.
Parents called KTVU to say their children were sheltering under desks. SkyFOX flew overhead and witnessed dozens of students in the yard.