'Swatting' incident puts Michigan schools on lockdown - WNEM TV 5

'Swatting' incident puts Michigan schools on lockdown

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BATH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WNEM) -

Authorities are investigating a “swatting” incident that put Michigan schools on lockdown.

Bath Township Police Department said a person online created a fake 911 call to get many local emergency personnel to respond to a home in the area Chandler and Sleight Roads, just north of East Lansing. 

Lt. Gary Smith told our affiliates at WLNS the person used a number blocking service and told dispatch a resident had just shot someone.

Area schools were put on lockdown as a protocol, but it has since been lifted.

Nobody was hurt and police are investigating the incident.

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