LASD: Possible Threat vs. Middle School in Calabasas Not Credible

CALABASAS (CNS) – An increased law enforcement presence was expected Wednesday on the campus of Alice C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas in the wake of an investigation that determined a possible threat was not credible, authorities said.

The investigation was conducted on Tuesday involving the campus at 22450 Mulholland Highway, according to a lieutenant at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Malibu/Lost Hills Station.

“We were made aware of comments made by a student at AC Stelle Middle School,” a sheriff’s department statement said Wednesday. “Deputies interviewed the student and parent. A threat assessment investigation was completed by deputies, it was deemed no credible threat to the school.”

Wednesday is the last day of school, with students being dismissed at about noon, and an eighth grade culmination ceremony is also scheduled.

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