Lexington Police investigating Meadow Glen Middle School email threat
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Lexington Police Department was investigating an email threat addressed to Meadow Glen Middle School on Friday.
According to Lexington School District One chief communications officer Libby Roof, entrances to the campus have been closed.
Roof said the school has been placed on secure, meaning one cannot leave or access the campus at this time and that students and faculty are currently safe inside.
Lexington Police says the search has recently been completed and no safety threat was found.
The update provided by police mentioned the investigation will continue with their Criminal Investigation Division regarding the source of the threat.
Other Lexington One schools have not been impacted at this time.
INCIDENT UPDATE - The search of @mgmgators has been completed and no safety threat was found on campus.— Lexington Police(SC) (@LexingtonPD) February 3, 2023
This investigation will continue with our Criminal Investigation Division regarding the source of this online threat.
Secure status at MGMS, @MGES510… pic.twitter.com/jjhVhsGclk
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