2 Selden schools given all-clear after threat of violence
Police tell News 12 Long Island that two Suffolk County schools were put on lockdown this afternoon after threats of violence.
According to police, Selden Middle School was faxed a threat earlier this morning.
Around the same time, police say Newfield High School, also in Selden, received a threat on the phone.
Police say both schools were put on lockdown and checked by officers and police dogs.
Nothing dangerous was found, and the lockdowns were lifted.