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Lockdown lifted at Ann Arbor’s Huron High School after threat made on social media

Ann Arbor police responded after shooting threat at Huron High School, FOX3 has learned

Ann Arbor police responded after shooting threat at Huron High School, FOX3 has learned

Update: According to the officials of the school system, students at Huron High School were placed in a holding pattern in their classrooms for a portion of the morning on Friday due to an alleged threat of a school shooting that was posted on Instagram.

On Friday, the principal of Huron Elementary School, Che’ Carter, sent an email to the parents of the students informing them that officers of the Ann Arbor Police Department were present at the school and that students were expected to remain in class while the authorities investigated.

“We are following up with Ann Arbor Police Department and AAPS administration,” wrote Carter. “We are following our safety procedures while we assess the situation.”

Carter added that he would provide additional details as they became available.

The Ann Arbor Public Schools provided FOX3 with the following statement, which was sent to them via email:

“Huron High School is currently in a hold in classrooms, we are working with the Ann Arbor Police Department who are on site and students are safe. Those responsible for this threat will be held fully accountable for their actions.”

Initial Report:

Ann Arbor Huron High School is on lockdown, but the reason remains unclear. FOX3 phoned the school office and confirmed the lockdown.

But, any further information will have to come from district administrators, who have yet to return our calls and emails.

Ann Arbor police also confirm the lockdown but tell FOX3 no information can be released at this time.

Stay tuned to FOX3 and as more information becomes available, we will pass it along to you.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.

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