MARION COUNTY, Ore. -- A student in Marion County was arrested after police said he threatened his school on social media.
It was reported to the Gervais Police Department that a threat was made towards Gervais High School.
The school was placed on lockdown as police officers and deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Department responded.
Officials said a suspect, a juvenile, was arrested.
Deputies remained on scene as a precaution until the end of the school day.
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