BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH/AP) - The Ivy Tech campus in Bloomington was placed on lockdown Friday afternoon.
Indiana State Police in Bloomington say the campus was placed on lockdown in reference to the search of a building.
The campus was placed on lockdown after a man became upset during a meeting with a staff member and made what Chancellor John Whikehart described as a bomb threat.
Employees and students received a text message saying the campus was closed and that police were called to the location to investigate.
Whikehart says bomb-sniffing dogs were brought in to search the building. The building was searched. No explosives were found.
Students were on break for the holiday.
Police have arrested Devante Lashaun Mitchell, 21, on a preliminary charge of intimidation, a Class D felony.
Mitchell was upset about his grades, walked into the treasurer's office, and threatened to blow up the place.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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