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AHS locked down Friday following threat
12/13/2019

(KAIR)--A threat Friday led to the lockdown of the Atchison High School.

According to an emergency alert issued by USD 409 Friday afternoon, that happened after the district “received information regarding a threat to an AHS student by an individual who does not attend AHS.”

Atchison Police were alerted, and later told the district that the person who allegedly made the threat had been located and secured.

According to Police Chief Mike Wilson, a 17-year-old boy was taken into custody shortly after 1:00 Friday afternoon at a location away from the high school.

Wilson said the continuing investigation began after the alleged threats were sent by text message, adding that no physical contact was made between the suspect and the victim.

The notification from the school district states that all students and staff within the district are reported safe.

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