Belen police: Student into custody in school shooting threat

Belen police: Student into custody in school shooting threat

Las Cruces High School was put on lock Thursday afternoon over an unsubstantiated threat, the school district said.

Opelika High Principal Farrell Seymore said at the press conference that student attendance was normal.

Detective Busick with complete cooperation from the school system, the Scott County Prosecutor's Office and the Austin City Police, began his investigation based on that incident at the school.

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High school students in Somersworth in Epping were arrested Wednesday in a week in which school threats have closed schools and sparked police investigations in New Hampshire. Acting Superintendent Lori Lane said she fielded phone calls well into the evening Tuesday after community members saw it online.

El Paso County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Jacqueline Kirby says the students could have been facing misdemeanor charges, but that they are looking at upping them to felony charges to "give these charges teeth".

"As a parent myself, I feel everyone needs to do what is right", Lane said. Fellow students reported the threat to anonymous local hotline Safe 2 Tell Colorado. Dr. Seymore communicated with the parents this morning through our school messenger. "Talk to your children and let them know how serious this is, this is very serious business and we're not going to mess around", said Perez. "And that whether it's a joke and think it's amusing. We got that handled as quickly as they were all up and getting ready for school".

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