LHS lockdown lifted after suspect is located

A lockdown at Lebanon High School has been lifted after a student, reported to having been seen with a gun, was located, according to LPD.

The suspected student is in police custody, said Frank Stevenson, chief of police. No shots were fired, no one is injured.

The high school has been cleared and students are being picked up by parents at the school.

According to Lebanon Fire District, students with last names A-M are being released to parents at the high school. Last names N-Z will be released at noon. There are no students being bussed to the River Center, as previously reported.

Fifth Street is closed between Airport Road and F Street. Please avoid the area until further notice.

We will report further details as they become available.