Two separate threats were investigated Monday morning at two different Sacramento area high schools.
Officials at River City High School released information about a threatening voicemail that was left at the schools main office on Friday, but wasn't received until employees returned to work this Monday morning.
Law enforcement was contacted immediately and the campus was placed on lockdown as a precautionary measure. Police and school officals made the decision to release students today at about 11:45am.
Another threat was brought to attention about thirty miles east at Vista Del Lago High School in Folsom at about 10:10am.
The threat was made on social media and prompted an immediate school wide lockdown as advised by Folsom police. While on lockdown, officials investigated the threat and determined that there was "no imminent or credible threat" and the lockdown was lifted.
According to district officials, "The police and school will continue their investigations to determine appropriate consequences, but in the meantime we want thank our police for their rapid response, and our families for their patience during this incident."
No additional details about the threats have been released.