first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Police are investigating a pair of threats made against two different San Diego high schools Friday.There will be extra security at Point Loma High School and Patrick Henry High School Friday after two separate, nonspecific threats were made towards the campus. Classes will not be cancelled on either campus.The San Diego Unified School District addressed both threats in a statement:San Diego Unified is investigating both of these incidents involving nonspecific threats. Out of an abundance of caution, we have added additional security presence at both schools. Unfortunately, this is the new normal in our country. Our staff is accustomed to handling these situations, and we encourage all students to be in school today so they can continue with their education.These threats come just one day after 21-year-old Kevin Gregory Matlak was arrested for making a threat against Torrey Pines High School, prompting the school to cancel classes for the day.The identity of the suspects who made the threats have not yet been identified.This is a developing story, stay with KUSI.com for more details as they become available. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter June 1, 2018 Posted: June 1, 2018 Updated: 8:30 AM , Police investigating threats made against two high schools, classes not cancelledlast_img

Police investigating threats made against two high schools classes not cancelled

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