BLOOMFIELD, IN (CNN/WTHI) -- In Wabash Valley, Bloomfield Schools have been on lockdown since Friday after a bizarre situation that happened late last week.
Since the incident, police have come up with even more unanswered questions.
The strange scenario of events began last Thursday. An unidentified teenage male showed up at Bloomfield High School asking to come into the school to speak with a young girl. He was turned away, but as a precaution officials locked down the school and alerted police. But that's only the beginning of the story.
A day after Bloomfield police questioned the young man, a Clay County school administrator described an eerily similar story to the Bloomfield high principal.
The Clay County Schools sent a picture of the young man in question and sure enough it matched the man prowling around Bloomfield High on Thursday.
However, that young man was also questioned in a sexual assault case involving a Clay County minor.
Bloomfield schools again went on lockdown on Friday as police searched and ultimately found the young man Friday evening.
He has been sent back to Clay County where he is being held in juvenile detention. That's why his name is not being released.
But school administrators say they will go ahead with the precautionary lockdown. One school administrator says, "The lockdown will continue on Monday, anytime you have a situation like this there's always a possibility of a copy cat type event that might occur after the original event."
The superintendent said they will re-evaluate the school's safety level on Monday.
The unidentified male is being held on three felony counts. Unless he is moved to adult court, his name will not be released.