KEENESBURG — Two students suspected in an alleged threat against a northern Colorado high school have been arrested and a third is being investigated.

The arrests were made Monday after Weld County sheriff's deputies and detectives were made aware of a potential threat involving weapons at Weld Central High School in Keenesburg. Bureau chief Steve Reams told the Greeley Tribune ( ) that the tip came from a student who wasn't involved.

Reams says there is no remaining credible threat against the school.