San Diego County school districts receive email threat believed to be part of nationwide hoax
9:59 AM, Apr 9, 2018
11:45 AM, Apr 9, 2018
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - The Coronado Unified School District and three other San Diego County school districts received an email threat that prompted “safety precautions.”
Coronado police said they were notified of the email threat on Monday morning, but no schools in the district were locked down.
Police said they learned “at least 4 other school districts in San Diego County received the same email threat.”
A spokesperson with the San Diego County Office of Education said the other districts that received the email overnight were Solana Beach School District, Lakeside Union School District, Santee School District.