By Sara Powers

(CBS DETROIT) – School officials contacted Michigan State Police troopers and said Armada schools were going into lockdown due to a possible threat at the elementary school.

MSP received the call at about 10:55 a.m.

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When troopers arrived at the school, they found out that the incident was related to a child custody dispute that happened three days ago.

Officials say there is no danger to the students or the school, and the lockdown was precautionary.

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Police are continuing to investigate into the custody matter.

More information will be released as officials continue to investigate.

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