A Tuesday morning incident involving Bellevue police and a 16-year-old Bellevue East High School student ended without incident, but not after the school, Mission Middle School and three elementary schools were placed on lockout status.

According to Bellevue police, the department received a report at about 10:20 a.m. of a 16-year-old male reporting he was going to rob someone or assault police officers.

Officers determined that the teen fled Bellevue East, called 911 and made the threats.

As a safety precaution, five schools were placed on lockout status, including Bertha Barber, Central and Wake Robin elementary schools.

Shortly after the lockout status was in place, Bellevue police located the suspect in the area of 15th Avenue and Hancock Street. The teen was taken into custody for obstructing police and resisting arrest.

Police said there were no injuries and no weapons were used in the incident.

The teen was taken to the Sarpy County Juvenile Justice Center.

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