A 13-year-old Dawson County Junior High School student was arrested today after another student reported they had posted statements on social media threatening to shoot students and staff. Police say they took that student into custody without incident. The former student said she had spoken with a different student at the high school, "Student B".
Resuming classes two weeks after a mass shooting at a Florida high school has been a traumatic adjustment for some parents of children who survived the tragedy. Individually, we count on our students not to bring contraband to school, and we seek parents to hold conversations with their students to ensure they do not bring contraband on district premises. They say that they're trying to determine whether the student had access to more weapons.
The student was removed from school without incident. The threat was directed toward the school's principal Emily Shaw and was set to be carried out Wednesday, Duckett said.
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"It can be you want gun control, you want change for mental health, you want change for policing", said High School Senior, Sean King. "However, we are participating in the walk to stand up for gun law reform for our safety".
"Please take this opportunity to discuss school safety with your students". The Chesterfield Police Department was made aware of the threat Wednesday at 10:30pm. A 14-year-old freshman at Torrey Pines was arrested Thursday, while a 16-year-old non-student was arrested Friday.
The student was arrested but not detained by the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice which means that she was released back into the care of her parent (s).