An anonymous threat prompts added security at some Jefferson County Schools in Kentucky

The Courier Journal reports that law enforcement in Jefferson County, Kentucky will step up security at public schools. This after the police department learned of an unspecified threat pertaining to Friday.

The Louisville Metro Police Department says they received a "vague, anonymous" tip this Wednesday that indicated threats against unspecified educational institutions.

The Courier Journal report says police opted to notify all schools in colleges in the area even though the threat wasn’t specific to institutions located in Louisville.

Click here to read the full report form the Courier Journal.

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