On Friday morning, just after 8 a.m., Green High School was placed on "modified lockdown" after a social media threat.
Inspector Bill Holland with the Summit County Sheriff's Office says a 17-year-old male student of Green High made threats and posted pictures students online. Holland said that the student claimed to be on the campus at the time the threat was made, thus prompting the lockdown. It wasn't until nearly two hours later, after the school was searched, that the student was found at an address nearby, not on school property. Inspector Holland was unable to comment whether or not that was the student's home.
A "modified lockdown" means the students were not locked in classrooms, and essentially, the day went on as normal. The lockdown was lifted just before 10 a.m.
Holland told 1590 WAKR that while the threats were not specific, charges are pending against the teenager.
Update: Medina County officials reporting Lauren Delcoma, 22, has been found safe. Her mother posted an update on Facebook reporting that she was home as of 7 a.m. Monday morning.
No other information is currently available.
Medina County Sheriff's Office is looking for missing 22-year-old Lauren Delcoma.
She was last seen at the Alchemy Music Festival at a camp ground off of Coon Club Road. Her phone and other belongings were left at the campsite, but she hasn't been seen since.
Delcoma is a graduate of Green High School.
Anyone with information is asked to call Medina County Sheriff.
Ahead of their matchup on the gridiron tonight in Green, athletic directors Erich Muzi of Green and Greg Malone of McKinley joined Brad Russell and Sam Bourquin live from the Skyway Drive-In Restaurant in Green.
The two teams will begin Federal League play tonight at 7 p.m.
Another local athlete will be taking part in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Green High School graduate Kelsie Ahbe joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about her latest venture going to Brazil representing the country of Canada to compete in track and field as a pole vaulter.
When asked about how she felt when she was chosen to go to the Olympics, she said it was an unbelievable experience.
"I'm pumped, I just feel really lucky to have this experience," she said.
Ahbe said her dream of being in Olympics has changed over the years, but she says she's excited to compete against the best in the sport of pole vaulting.
Kelsie is currently training in Nashville, Tennessee before she heads to Rio in August.
The Green Bulldogs with have a tough task on their hands Friday night as they prepare to face the Canton McKinley Bulldogs in a Federal league battle.
Head football coach Jon Wallace joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about his Bulldogs and how they will prepare to slow down Dan Reardon's bunch.
The Bulldogs are 3-5 on the season and are still mathematically alive in the playoff chase. Coach Wallace says the out of conference slate coupled with the Federal League schedule has been a good challenge for his team.
Green and McKiinley will hit the gridiron at 7 p.m. from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.