Student to be disciplined for bringing airsoft gun to school
Mar 05 2018 by Lorena Waters
It also prompted police to have extra security at the school on Thursday because "the social media machine is now claiming that a student is coming to shoot up the school tomorrow", Portage Police Chief Troy Williams said Wednesday evening.
The survey was sent out over the weekend and answers were set to be anonymous.
"I can definitely say the student has not been arrested", Piwowar said in a phone interview Thursday night.
The student told police that they only meant it as a prank.
Also, the student who was pictured on social media with a weapon along with the list was manipulated to appear as one photo.
"At approximately 12:25 p.m., East Coweta High School administrators were made aware that a student may have a gun on campus", Allen wrote.
"When we brought them in this morning, they went through being arrested and handcuffed, and talked to", Maj.
The Walkout is tentatively scheduled to take place on March 14th and will last 17 minutes in commemoration of the 17 lives lost in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy. "The first step is to be kind to the people that you know and the people you don't know", said Superior High School Student Abigail Bourque. "We encourage law officers to visit our campuses when in the area".
After responding to a reported threat of school violence at Talent Middle School, police were able to track down and address two separate threats in both Talent and Phoenix.
School officials told police the teen told other students they shouldn't attend class on Wednesday after telling them of his plans, San Diego police acting Capt. Paul Phillips said.
"We can't really talk about what that is right now, but it's going to be a pretty significant outcome for the students", Dr. Cobb said.
"We just heard that he was in the office and everything was getting taken care of", Briggs said.
More than 250 colleges have released statements saying that disciplinary action because of responsible participation in peaceful protests will not hurt students' admission status.