Threatening emails prompt lockdown at Fife city facilities

FIFE, Wash. -- All city facilities in Fife were in lockdown for over two hours Monday afternoon after threatening emails were received.

City manager Dave Zabell says emails made threats toward a local car dealership and and some general government functions that prompted concerns the sender had about government in general.

No one was being allowed inside any of the city buildings for much of Monday afternoon as police and FBI agents investigate the threats. However, the lockdown was lifted around 3:30 p.m. Zabell said.

Police are still investigating the threats.

Updates to follow as more details become available