Social media threat closes Adams City High School Wednesday



A threat of violence circulated on social media Tuesday night has prompted Adams City High School to cancel classes Wednesday, Adams County School District 14 Superintendent Dr. Karla Loría said in an email to parents.

This closure allows for the Commerce City Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the district’s administrative team to conduct a full investigation of the incident.

This comes only a couple days after a police investigation locked down the school and several other Colorado schools were hit with “swatting” hoaxes.

An Adams City high school student, Emmanuel Melgar, was also reported missing and has not been seen since around the time of Monday’s lockdown.



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