Authorities in DeKalb County investigated a non-specific bomb threat overnight at DeKalb High School.
According to Fort Wayne NBC, officials say the call was one of many received by the sheriff’s department about different locations in the county. The DeKalb County Sheriff's Department went to DeKalb and used K9 units for a search of the school.
The department deemed the threat as non-credible.
The school will be in session following a weather-related delay.
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