No threat found at North Warren Regional High School after lockdown
BLAIRSTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – Police say there is no active threat after North Warren Regional High School was put on lockdown Wednesday morning.
On December 15, at around 10:20 a.m., North Warren Regional High School initiated a lockdown, police said.
The Blairstown Township Police Department, with the assistance of the New Jersey State Police, and the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office conducted a comprehensive and thorough search of the interior and exterior grounds of the high school, police said.
“At this time found no active threat to students, faculty, or the facility has been found,” police said.
“We would further like to thank the parents for your patience during a very stressful situation and the students, who did an excellent job,” police said.
No further information was available.
Assisting at the scene was the New Jersey State Police, The Warren County Prosecutor’s Office, Blairstown Ambulance Corps., and Blairstown Hose Company #1.