Classes resume after creepy clown threat reported in Fairfield

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Students are seen walking in this undated image.
Students are seen walking in this undated image.

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KGO) -- Fairfield police are dismissing another one of those creepy clown threats making the rounds nationwide on social media.

Classes went on without a problem Tuesday at Fairfield High School and Grange Middle School a day after someone claiming to be a member of a clown gang threatened violence on Twitter.

VIDEO: Clowns allegedly terrorize children waiting for school bus

Cameron Frails says there were at least two clowns involved in this latest in a string of bizarre incidents

The district sent out an alert to parents Monday night.

Similar threats nationwide have forced schools to cancel classes, including two Tuesday outside Seattle.

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Creepy clown threats or sightings have been reported in at least 22 states, but there has yet to be a single act of violence associated with them.