No threats made at Fisher, Minn., school, authorities say
FISHER, Minn.—The Polk County Sheriff's Office determined Fisher High School was not threatened by a parent, reported to be headed to the school with a gun Wednesday.
High school staff locked down the school about 3 p.m. after a caller said an armed woman would be picking up her children at the school. Investigating officers with the Sheriff's Office spoke to the caller and the woman, who denied having a weapon or making threats.
The Sheriff's Office said in a news release Thursday morning there was never a threat and no charges would be filed after "all mentioned persons of interest in this incident were contacted and interviewed."
Staff at the school followed proper procedures when they put the school on lockdown, the sheriff's statement said.