Published: Fri, December 14, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Sparkman High, Middle schools lock doors due to ‘threat’ in area

Sparkman High, Middle schools lock doors due to ‘threat’ in area

Authorities are looking for the person responsible for making a bomb threat made against Columbine High School, leading to security precautions there and at almost two dozen nearby schools in suburban Denver.

Police elsewhere in Colorado said they responded to similar email threats.

Columbine High School hit global headlines in 1999 after two students killed thirteen people and wounded more than 20 others before turning their guns on themselves. The perimeter was searched and secured. Nothing has been found to validate the threats; students and staff are safe.

The 23 schools were in the Columbine, Chatfield and Dakota Ridge areas, JeffCo Public Schools said.

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In addition to the shootings, homemade bombs were in several areas of the school.

"Attention parents: DO NOT come to Columbine HS right now to pick up students".

Parents were told not to come to the schools as their children will not be let out.

The first tweet from JCPO, posted at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, stated there were "reported threats" at Columbine.

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