FOOTHILL FARMS (CBS13) – School officials say a report of a student in possession of a gun on campus prompted a lockdown at Foothill High on Wednesday.

In a message sent to parents after the lockdown, Principal Heather King wrote that a student reported that another student had a weapon.

Twin Rivers police responded and the student was quickly taken into custody.

King notes that a weapon was never used to threaten other students during the incident.

The lockdown was lifted just after 1 p.m.

Comments (2)
  1. Lehr says:

    This is the most scared thing a parent can go know there kids goes to the school and didn’t get message tell there kid come home And tell them bout there day it make ur heart drop

  2. Amy says:

    the call to notify us parents came 30 minutes after the Lockdown was withheld. I could not get any information than what my daughters were telling me while they were on lockdown. This was DEFINITELY a scary and nerve wrecking situation.

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