OKOLONA, Miss. (WTVA) - Law enforcement in Lee and Chickasaw counties are also investigating a school threat.
Chickasaw County Sheriff James Meyers confirmed deputies and Okolona police responded to Okolona High School on Friday.
He said the message threatened a shooting.
Lee County School Superintendent Jimmy Weeks said the same threat included Shannon.
However, he said the threat did not specify a school, leading to lockdowns at all Shannon schools.
Police in Tupelo, Pontotoc and Oxford are also investigating schools threats, which ultimately led to the arrests of two juveniles.
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