SUMMIT HILL, Pa. - A high school in Carbon County is on lockdown Monday morning.
The principal of Panther Valley High School in Summit Hill said the school is on lockdown as a "precaution."
Lansford police said officers are at the school for an "incident." They also stressed the police activity is out of an abundance of caution.
Officials did not release any more details.
Authorities said the superintendent will send out information once the lockdown is lifted.
The Monroe County Office of the District Attorney announced the arrests of three men during an online child predator sting on April 20.Read More »
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