Updated: December 19, 2013 at 1:08 pm
Schools in Colorado are dealing with the effects of possible threats to their schools this week.
On Thursday, Trinidad schools were forced into lockout status after rumors of a threat. Officials have interviewed one person directly associated to the rumor.
Also, on Wednesday night the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department received information about a possible threat to an unidentified school.
There was no indication of an actual threat to schools in Morgan County, but law enforcement officials took no chances Thursday morning, sending out officers to guard schools.
“The initial information was very non-specific and did not indicate there was a specific school, a specific date, or a suspect,” according to a press release from the sheriff's department.