“Suspicious phone call” placed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on a “secure code”, ongoing investigation

PARKLAND, Florida – The Broward Sheriff’s Office is looking into a “suspicious phone call” they got on Wednesday that caused Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to be put on a “secure code,” according to school district officials.

A day before the suspicious call, schools in Broward County remembered the 17 people who died in the 2018 Valentine’s Day shooting at the Parkland school.

Parents were told in a message that no one could get on or off campus at the moment, and there are more police on campus.

“At this time, no immediate threat has been found,” BSO spokesperson Gerdy St. Louis said. “Students and staff are safe.” “The inquiry is still going on.”

Later, the school was given the all-clear from the government, and students were sent home.

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