Middle school student expelled after threat forced lockdown Friday
PORT ALLEN - A middle school student was expelled after allegedly sending a threat to a West Baton Rouge school last week.
The Port Allen Police Department said the threat forced a lockdown at Port Allen Middle School and canceled all of the school's sporting event that evening.
Police described the student as a suspect but did not say whether that person is facing charges.
The incident remains under investigation.
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