Threats at Fremont Ross High School prompt lockdown, all students safe

FREMONT, Ohio (WTVG) - Fremont police responded to a reported threat at Fremont Ross High School on Monday. Officers and school officials searched the school, but did not find any weapons.

Superintendent Job Detwiler tells 13abc students reported hearing that another student was going to bring a weapon to the high school. The school instituted its lockdown procedures. Detwiler says normal school operations resumed around 12:30pm.

Officers searched the building and did not find any weapons. No students were arrested and no one was charged.