BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Kern High School District said Friday that the investigation into the bullets that were found in a Foothill High School bathroom last week is ongoing.
Days after the shooting in Parkland, Fla., live bullets were found in a bathroom sink at Foothill. A social media post was also found by Kern High School District Police, prompting additional officers to be assigned there that day.
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Police deemed it as "less than credible" because they saw no immediate threat to the school and didn't find a gun.
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As of Friday afternoon, no arrests have been made in that incident.
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