2 students arrested over school threats

Posted February 22, 2018

A Louisa County High School student has been arrested for allegedly threatening students by way of a post on social media.

The juvenile, after being taken into custody, was transported to the Bartholomew County Youth Services Center.

Seventeen students and faculty members died on February 14, and 14 were wounded when a troubled teen went on a shooting rampage at a high school in Parkland, Fla., near Ft.

Jeffery Haase, superintendent of Otsego Public Schools, confirmed word of the student's threats that had been circulating among students. That list was later found in the student's backpack by a school official, authorities reported. He is scheduled to appear in Gordon County Juvenile Court at a later date where he will face charges of making Terroristic Threats (felony). Several students who overheard this conversation shared what they heard with Caprock staff and law enforcement quickly became involved.

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As a result of the threats, troopers confirmed there would be an increased police presence on campus as a precautionary measure.

"The very positive part of this story is that the kids felt compelled enough to come talk to us about it". Lawrence police are investigating.

Police in Nicholasville, Kentucky, arrested two people on Sunday in connection with threats against Jessamine County Schools. "Thoughts and prayers for your town is next, no high school left unscathed, keep everyone in constant fear, for it's easier to control them".

"The Lancaster Police Department and the Lancaster County School District are committed to providing a safe learning environment for our children", Lancaster police said. On Tuesday, a Columbus East High School student was taken into custody following a "threat of violence" on Snapchat.

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Norfolk, Virginia, detectives have arrested a 14-year-old Lake Taylor Middle School student on Monday for threatening to harm classmates if they attended classes on Tuesday.

The threat, Lane said, came in the form of a social media posting, though he admitted that he had not seen the posting in question.

Three teenagers have been charged and one is expected to be charged in incidents Thursday and Friday at schools in Jefferson and Vernon and at High Point Regional High School in Wantage.

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