FARMINGTON HILLS (WXYZ) - Farmington High School students were greeted by increased police presence after a threat was made against the school Monday.
Police say they received a phone call around 1 a.m. Monday from an anonymous caller making a threat against the school in a low voice.
As a result, students were greeted by increased security measures as they arrived to school. Police will be on hand to check students' backpacks and monitor suspicious activity.
"A canine search was done prior to school starting and nothing suspicious was found. In consultation with the public safety department, it was deemed safe to have school today," read a press release from the school district, Monday morning.
Any questions should be directed toward the school district.