VICTORVILLE – Silverado High School and Cobalt Institute of Math and Science remained closed on Friday due to threats made against the school.
On Friday, August 31, 2018, a Silverado High School employee reported threats being received. Deputies from the Victorville station responded to the school. With the help of explosive detection K-9’s from the Bomb Arson Division, they conducted a search of the entire school campus. The campus was cleared and no credible threats have been detected. Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
No suspects have been identified and/or arrested at this time.
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