Sequatchie schools on lockdown
UPDATE: Sheriff Hitchcock says a student made a threat against another student at Sequatchie County High.
They have taken him into custody and are questioning him now.
The Sheriff says students and faculty are safe.
DUNLAP, Tennessee (WDEF) – Law Enforcement officers rushed to Sequatchie County schools on Friday after a threat was made.
The threat was sent to both the Sequatchie County Sheriff’s Department and Dunlap Police Departments on social media.
The schools were all placed on a lockdown.
Officials have since changed it to a soft lockdown as they determined there is currently no threat to students.