Lockdown lifted at Warren De La Salle after protest misconstrued as bomb threat, police say

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WARREN, Mich. – A lockdown was lifted at Warren De La Salle after a planned protest was misconstrued as a bomb threat, police said.

Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said there was a planned protest at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday in support of the three De La Salle students who were suspended as part of the investigation into a football hazing incident.

Dwyer said police responded to the school but don’t consider the threat credible.

School was let out early because of a planned half day, officials said.


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