Potential threat at a Saratoga Springs middle school stopped
SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah — A potential threat at Lake Mountain Middle School in Saratoga Springs was stopped Monday evening, according to school district officials.
According to the Alpine School District, a student made a comment about a gun to some peers. The school administration was made aware of the comments and worked with police to investigate the situation.
The district said appropriate disciplinary action has taken place and that there is no longer a viable threat.
No other information was provided.
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