Police apply for warrant after 2 South Sioux City schools forced on lock out Wednesday

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SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Nebraska (KTIV) –  New details are released after an incident that forced two South Sioux City, Nebraska, schools on lock outWednesday afternoon.

Police in South Sioux City say they are applying for a warrant of disturbing the peace on 20-year-old Douglas Portillo-Perez.

Police say Portillo- Perez is no longer a student at South Sioux City High School.

According to South Sioux City Police, Portillo-Perez published a statement “everything’s ready for tomorrow” on Snapchat.

Other students reported the comment to administration, who then ordered the school “lock out. ”

Police also say another student was involved in the incident.

They say that student is a juvenile and they will not be releasing the name of that student.

Police do say that student was given a five-day suspension and has been referred to an alternative in South Sioux City.

Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson

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