'All Clear' given for San Miguel schools following lockdown over gun shots
The all-clear was put in place Thursday afternoon for a couple of elementary schools in San Miguel that were put on lockdown during the noon hour.
The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office says a report of shots fired in the area triggered the cautionary move.
The schools—Lillian Larsen and Almond Acres Charter Academy—were deemed safe after it was determined the sound of the shots had come from nearby Camp Roberts.
The National Guard was conducting live-fire exercises around the same time, according to the sheriff's report.