GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Green Bay police say two people are in custody after a report of a person with a gun forced the evacuation of a high school.
Police Lt. Chad Ramos says a pellet gun was found Monday at Green Bay East High School.
District officials say about 200 students were in school when reports of a gun -- and squad cars -- started flooding in at about 9 a.m.
A Green Bay television station reports as more officers showed up -- some donning rifles and bulletproof vests -- students began streaming out of the school in groups.
District spokeswoman Lori Blakeslee says about 200 students were sent to a middle school and have since been reunited with their families.
No one was hurt.
The district says classes will resume Tuesday.
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