ROMEO, Mich. (WXYZ) - Students are being released from Romeo High School after a lockdown was put in place.
The lockdown was put into effect after a student reported seeing another student with a gun.
Students are being checked by police as they exit the school.
The superintendent for Romeo Community Schools says no gun was found in the school
At the beginning of the situation, an emergency alert was sent out by Nancy Campbell, the Superintendent for Romeo Community Schools.
Below is the Emergency Alert that was sent regarding Romeo High School:
This is an emergency alert. Both Romeo High School and the Romeo Engineering and Technology Center are in lockdown. We have a report that a student saw a student with a gun at Romeo High School. Police are at Romeo High School and an investigation has begun. Parents - Do not come to either school to sign your students out. You will not be allowed to enter RHS or RETC. We will remain in lockdown until we are advised by the police to lift that status. I will continue to send Instant Alerts via phone and email with updates.