2 northeast valley elementary schools on lockdown due to disturbance
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) —
Two elementary schools in the northeast Las Vegas valley are on hard lockdowns due to an unknown individual causing a disturbance, according to a school police official.
Capt. Roberto Morales with Clark County School District Police said Woolley and Clyde D. Cox elementary schools, located next to each other near Alexander and Pecos roads, were on lockdowns.
Morales said units were responding. No other details were immediately available.
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