EAGLE -- Police are questioning a 14-year-old boy after a Snapchat video prompted fears of a school shooting at Eagle Academy Friday morning.
Officers responded to the school, an alternative highschool located off of State Street, but found no signs of a shooting or other threat.
Eagle Academy was placed on lockdown after someone spotted the concerning video on Snapchat and called 911.
According to the Ada County Sheriff's Office, the Snapchat was recorded at an assembly at Eagle Academy while students were yelling and popping balloons. The 14-year-old covered his lens, but captured audio - the yelling and popping sounds - then sent the video to a friend with a message that a shooting was happening at his school.
The friend, who was not at school that day, saw the video and called 911.
Investigators say the 14-year-old sent out a second video a short time later revealing there was no shooting, but his friend had already called dispatchers.
Ada County Sheriff's Office spokesman Patrick Orr said a school resource officer at Eagle Academy began investigating immediately after the video was reported, and other officers were sent out to the school.
The officers determined no shooting had taken place, and the school was safe. The lockdown was lifted at 11:30 a.m.
Officers were able to trace the Snapchat video back to the 14-year-old, and are speaking with him now. No charges have been filed in the case, but are expected later, according to the sheriff's office.
Afternoon classes will continue as normal at Eagle Academy.