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Sheriff’s Department says threats to Yucaipa High School are not credible and ‘fabricated’

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said deputies on Sunday learned of possible threats involving a shooting at Yucaipa High School, but determined “the threats were found to be fabricated information.”
Students had received information via social media and text messages of the possible threat.   Deputies worked with school staff “to identify all parties involved and take statements,” a sheriff’s statement said.
“At the conclusion of the investigation the threats were found to be fabricated information. There is no known creditable threat to students or staff at Yucaipa High School,” the statement said. “This information is being released to quell any furtherance of the false social media posts circulating amongst the student body.”
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Parents, faculty, staff or anyone with information regarding the investigation were urged to contact Deputy J. Moss or Detective Madril of the Yucaipa Sheriff’s Station at (909) 918-2005.
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