Students bringing live ammo on campus causes 2 Shoreline schools to be locked down

SEATTLE – Investigators cleared at two Shoreline area schools that were placed under lockdown Monday after live ammunition was found on students.

The King County Sheriff's Office says Shorecrest High school and Kellogg Middle School were locked down when two students from the high school brought ammo to school.

Explosive sniffing dogs were brought in to sweep the campuses, but no weapons were found.