While schools operated as normally as possible, Union High School and other Roosevelt schools had an increased police presence on Wednesday as Roosevelt Police led an investigation into a threat of a possible gun being brought to school. Roosevelt Police reported midday Wednesday that the threat had come through Snapchat. During the investigation and throughout the day they made it clear that there were no injuries, no weapons found on school property, and no credible active threat discovered. Over 30 students were interviewed. On Wednesday afternoon, Roosevelt Police made another announcement after a new widely spread Snapchat image surfaced claiming that there were 6 shooters and 5 guns found at Union High School on Wednesday. Roosevelt Police stated clearly that this information is false and should not continue to be shared. Anyone that knows anything about where either Snapchat image originated from is asked to contact Roosevelt Police Department. Duchesne County School District schools are now on Fall break and school will resume on Tuesday, October 22nd.