Fallout from last Friday’s lockdown at New Brockton high school continues.
Police Chief Dale Grimes says one student admitted to bringing ammunition onto school grounds.
That student reportedly has been suspended, but he was not involved in the written note found in the girl's bathroom.
The note reportedly threatened the lives of students and staff at the school.
Wednesday, New Brockton police continued to question students to find out who may have written the note.
That person could be charged with making terrorist threats.
The suspended student told authorities that he threw the ammo behind the school gym because he was afraid his vehicle would be searched.
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