ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – An anonymous phone threat prompted a two-hour lock-down and evacuation of the Maryland State House. An Annapolis Police Department spokesperson said authorities didn’t find anything suspicious after the threat was called in late Thursday afternoon. Police also did not receive any reports of violence at the state House and no one had taken credit for the threat. He said authorities have to react to every threat as though it’s credible and serious. People inside the building were asked to shelter in place while authorities searched the building and grounds with police dogs.