Deputies investigating voicemail threat towards Eagle Peak School in Spokane Valley
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a threatening voicemail that was left at Eagle Peak School in Spokane Valley sometime Wednesday night.
Spokane Valley deputies are on campus at the school and providing extra patrols in the area. When the voicemail was discovered Thursday morning, the school was placed on “lockout,” meaning students are brought inside and buildings are secured.
Deputies, Spokane Public School’s assigned resource officer, and school administrators are working together to determine the credibility of these threats and who made them.
The sheriff’s office said Thursday morning, “at this time, we have no additional information regarding today’s threats other than the voicemails left early this morning.”
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