Baltimore police investigated a threat Monday morning at Forest Park High School, city schools officials said.
Officers responded to the school, at 6900 Park Heights Ave. in Northwest Baltimore, around 7:40 a.m. Students went through extra security when entering the building, and were held in the cafeteria while school district police and city police searched the building.
Some parents came to pick up their children as word spread among students that a bomb threat was made against the school. Other students left the building and walked home.
A school district spokeswoman said: “No bomb threat was received by either school or city police” and that the confusion was the...