On Thursday morning, Croswell Lexington High School administration received a report of an unspecified “bomb threat” after classes started at the school. School officials immediately called law enforcement to assist in the matter and then moved students to the athletic stadium where they were supervised by staff. Law enforcement officers with trained K-9 conducted a sweep of the school, and additional law enforcement officers were also at the stadium. No bomb was found, and today a school resource officer identified and questioned the 14-year-old girl who was behind the threat. The school is asking anyone with information regarding this or any other threat to use Michigan’s OK2Say website. The website is designed for citizens to leave confidential tips. In a separate event, there was a partial power outage at both the Middle and High School. Power was later restored to both buildings.