UPDATE: The Kern County Sheriff’s Office said it has confirmed there were no firearms located on the campus and no students have been arrested for being in possession of a firearm at the school.
The department has also found that the information posted on social media is also unfounded. No arrests have been made at this time.
ROSAMOND, Calif. (KGET) — Rosamond High School canceled classes on Thursday due to a social media post regarding threats of someone bringing a gun to school, sheriff’s officials said.
The school closed of its own volition, according to sheriff’s officials. The incident is under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office.