SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A command post has been set up at Mar Vista High School Wednesday, where a person is on campus threatening to commit suicide and is in possession of a weapon.
The school is not on lockdown, but sheriff's deputies are on scene. They have not found anything. However, many parents are pulling their children out of school.
This comes a day after someone called the school reporting there were six bombs on campus, which forced the school into lockdown. No bombs were found in that incident.
There is no word on whether these two incidents are related.
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