LINCOLN, CA - Lincoln High School was evacuated while police searched the campus after a bomb threat was called in to police.
Lincoln Police Department spokesperson Jill Thompson said dispatch took a call at 11:30 a.m. that a bomb would go off at the school at noon.
There was no explosion but police had to make sure the campus at 790 J Street was safe for students and staff to return. Students were initially told to go to the football field but were then released for the day, Thompson said.
Police and fire personnel did not find anything suspicious on the campus and cleared it about 3 p.m., said Western Placer Unified School District Supt. Scott Leamon.