Police are investigating a second social media threat against the Central York School District's middle and elementary schools.
A Leeds High School student was suspended from school after threatening to "shoot up the prom" earlier this month. "We would encourage all students to return to school as normal, and please report any and all suspicious or concerning behavior to the resource officer as soon as possible". Evidence of the fact that both are examples of terrorism include the decision by some Franklin County parents to check their children out of school on Monday following threats at local high schools.
Springettsbury Police and School staff worked together through the day and night monitoring social media and pursuing all information.
The case remains under investigation, and authorities do not believe any threat remains.
The police have said they can not substantiate this threat and can not verify it as a credible threat at this time.
Police say they have detained two juvenile after being notified overnight of threats made toward Willoughby South High School. At this time, we can not confirm if an actual threat was made however, we are working with the administration at the school and the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force to ensure the communities safety.
Police in Corinth were stationed at all three schools as a precautionary measure. Somonauk police said they would release more information as it becomes available.
He said one threat on social media originated in SC and has been removed. Cardon said the district sent a newsletter out to parents with tips on safety and how to properly talk to children about mass shootings.
The threat to the school comes less than a week after Nikolas Cruz entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and opened fire with an AR-15, killing 17 students and adults and wounding more than a dozen.
Jefferson County: A threat against the Carthage Central School District was deemed not credible after being investigated by the New York State Police, according to the Watertown Daily Times.
Durfee High in Fall River had an increased police presence after a student sent a snapchat promising "Florida part 2". We will relentlessly pursue any and all threats and potential threats to our schools.