Beaverton

No criminal activity in Aloha High School scare, deputies say

ALOHA, Ore. -- After a brief scare Wednesday morning that caused Aloha High School to be locked up, deputies found no evidence of any criminal activity.

A teacher reported hearing a pop sound and saw a vehicle driving through the school's parking lot with a shattered window just before 7:30 a.m., deputies said. The school was placed on "lockout."

Responding deputies found no evidence of any wrongdoing. They said the vehicle had a rear window defogger taped together with burn marks from the electrical current. Deputies said that's what could have caused the window to break.

The school was opened after nine minutes.