COLBY — A student making threats prompted Colby High School to put the facility on lockdown briefly Tuesday afternoon.
According to a press release from Colby Police Chief Ron Alexander, the police department was called to the high school at approximately 11:30 a.m. Tuesday for a disruptive student making threats. School officials already had initiated the lockdown.
When police arrived, they isolated the student, who was taken into protective custody and transported to Citizens Medical Center for assessment, according to the release.
No weapons were involved and no one was injured in the incident. The matter has been forwarded to the Thomas County Attorney for review, according to the release.