Threats cause school lockdowns

Threats of violence last week resulted in lockdowns at both Three Rivers and Colon schools.

On Friday, Three Rivers Community Schools interim superintendent Nikki Nash reported a tip had resulted in a lockdown at Three Rivers Middle School. A tip also had been received at Three Rivers High School earlier in the week.

Meanwhile, on Thursday, students and staff were reported safe following a lockdown at Colon Community Schools that was the result of a social media threat.

The district reported on its website that Michigan State Police, St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department and Colon Police had completed an investigation into the matter.

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