FLORENCE, Ore. -- Police investigated a threat of violence found at Siuslaw Middle School.
The school's principal, Andy Marohl, sent a voice message to parents of students Tuesday morning, alerting them to the situation. In the message, he described an alleged threat found in graffiti.
Police were notified and mantained a presence at the school while they investigated. They did not believe the threat was credible.
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