Schools On Temporary Lockdown After Nearby Armed Incident
COALVILLE, Utah – Three schools in Coalville were placed on temporary lockdown as a precaution after authorities responded to an armed suspect at a home in the area.
Lt. Andrew Wright from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to the home after reports that the suspect had a weapon Thursday afternoon.
He said there were mental health issues at play, but did not elaborate.
The schools were locked down while crews worked to contain the area.
Deputies were able to wrap up the incident within an hour. The lockdown lasted for about 15 minutes. Officials did not provide the names of the schools. There were no reports of any injuries.
The suspect was later arrested and booked into Summit County Jail. He was identified as Nicholas Bosworth.
The exact charges Bosworth faced were not available.
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