Police said they have located an 18-year-old who went missing Thursday afternoon, prompting two Edgewater high schools to go into lockdown.
Police said they have located an 18-year-old who went missing Thursday afternoon, a search that prompted two Edgewater schools to go into lockdown.
Officers located the silver Acura he was driving on Solomons Island Road near Lee Airport, said county police spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure. Due to statements he made on social media, police felt he was a danger to himself and he was taken to a local hospital, Frashure said.
The lockdown at South River High and CAT South was lifted around 2:45 p.m. and students were dismissed with some delays, police said.
After-school activities and evening high school at South River were canceled.
South River High Principal William Myers said the lockdown lasted about 45 minutes and delayed dismissal at all schools in the complex including Central Middle, Central Elementary, and CAT-South.