(UPDATE: 10:39 a.m.) -- Granite School District spokesperson Ben Horsley says the altercation was a fight between three minors, one who was a student at the school.
Initial reports from Horsley stated the altercation was between police and a non-student.
The police officer was trying to break up the fight when he called for backup.
No injuries have yet been reported.
Original story below.
(KUTV) -- Police and school officials are investigating an altercation with police that took place at Granger High School in West Valley City Monday morning.
According to Granite School District spokesperson Ben Horsley, the altercation took place on in the school's parking lot between police and a person who was not a student.
School operations have not been affected, according to Horsley.
Horsley told 2News:
Sounds like there was some sort of altercation with a police officer and an individual who was not a student on school property. It’s not impacting school operations and school is proceeding as normal and we’re investigating what has happened. Happened outside in the parking lot.