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New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, his assistant and an unidentified Instagram user have been credited with stopping a possible school shooting in MI.

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Edelman immediately alerted his assistant, who found the comment and called 911 in Boston.

While there is no way to know whether the boy who posted on Edelman's Instagram would have followed through with the threat, it's encouraging to know that people like Edelman, the Instagram follower who saw the threat, his assistant and the police were all united in their mission to prevent another tragedy. The words stirred the feelings he had after the February school shooting in Parkland, Florida. "I'm glad that nothing happened", the boy told 7News.

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Joseph Platzer of the Port Huron Police Department said the threat was intended towards the boy's middle school. "All of us, including players, are learning together to take these kinds of things very seriously".

Moen instantly contacted police and authorities which led them to Port Huron, Michigan the location the user sent the threat from.

The detectives called police in MI, who immediately drove to the house where the threatening message originated. "We're very lucky the Boston cops were all over it, very lucky the MI cops were all over it".

The boy, who was arrested on a felony charge of making a false report of a threat of terrorism - punishable by up to four years in prison - remains in a juvenile-detention center. Officers also reportedly found two rifles that belonged to the boy's mother inside the home.


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