No credibility to threat for Mayfield vs. Brush football game, district says

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MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio– The Mayfield City School District says there is no credibility to a threat for Friday night’s football game between Mayfield High School and Brush High School.

The school district said officers started to interview students Thursday night to determine about the alleged threat, which appeared on Snapchat.

“We want to emphasize again our safety practice that if you see something, say something and report it to school officials, rather than share it on social media,” the district said in a news release on Friday.

For the game at Mayfield High School, no student bags will be allowed inside, and police and K-9 units will be there.

On Thursday, the high school was placed on temporary lockdown because of a person trespassing in the building. The individual was taken into custody and no weapon was found.

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