"I don't know. I think it's just a kid trying to get out of finals," she said.

The Spokane Fire Department said that, after conducting interviews and searching the school property, they have determined there is no longer a threat to the campus, and normal operations will resume at Ferris Thursday morning.

As for the suspect, he may face criminal charges and face financial restitution for the public safety response. It's not known yet what punishment he could face from the Spokane School District.