A lockdown has been lifted at a high school in Ventura County, about two hours after a threatening note was found on campus this morning.
The precautionary action was ordered at around 8:30 a.m. , at Moorpark High School. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call from the school’s office, after a note The contents of the note haven’t been released, but there was apparently some type of threat involved. The specific student involved wasn’t found on campus.
The Sheriff’s Department sent teams of officers to the campus, to conduct a classroom by classroom search. No one was hurt. Once the campus was declared safe, the school decided to dismiss classes for the day, and students were allowed to leave, as the sheriff’s department continued its investigation.