Police respond to Volcano Vista HS, no threat found
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque police were called to Volcano Vista High School Friday in response to “an unconfirmed report of violence.”
The school was put under a shelter-in-place.
Officers then determined there is no credible threat. Police said everyone at the school is safe.
Information is limited at this time. Albuquerque High was also under a shelter-in-place due to a separate incident involving police. Both orders have been lifted.
APD responded to an unconfirmed report of violence at Volcano Vista High School. Officers have determined there is no credible threat and everyone at the school is safe. Officers are currently clearing the school.— Albuquerque Police Department (@ABQPOLICE) September 16, 2022
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