Jamestown, N.D. (KFGO AM) University of Jamestown Vice President Polly Peterson says the campus went into lock down for nearly an hour Thursday after a report of a potential threat by a student.
A campus wide e-mail and text alert went out telling students, faculty, and staff to find a secure location.
Peterson says the student was detained by Jamestown police and the all clear was given. Peterson could not say what the exact threat was or if a weapon was involved.
The incident is not connected to scare Sunday night when a man walked into a campus building and said he had a gun. He was later arrested for terrorizing.