GLENDALE, AZ - A Glendale high school was briefly on lockdown after someone reportedly made a call threatening to resolve an issue over bullying.
Glendale police Sgt. Brent Coombs said a call was made to 911 from Kellis High School saying the subject wanted help from police or he would have to resolve it himself.
Coombs said the school has a known situation from last week and both students have been identified and accounted for. They are reportedly in the school office and have no weapons.
Police said school officials and officers are talking to them.
Police said officers were sent to the campus and have found no threat.
According to a Peoria Unified School District news release, administrators placed the campus on lockdown, which has since been lifted. The Glendale Police Department determined that the incident was a false alarm and the campus is no longer in danger.
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