Social Media Threats Get Whiteland High Student Arrested
WHITELAND, Ind.--Threats made on social media against Whiteland High School got a student arrested early Friday morning, though police did not say what charges that student may face.
Whiteland Police said on Twitter that the student had an airsoft gun.
Reference the threats that were made to Whiteland HS yesterday on social media. The gun was found to be airsoft and the student was arrested
Reference the threats that were made to Whiteland HS yesterday on social media. The gun was found to be airsoft and the student was arrested— Whiteland Police (@WhitelandPolice) September 22, 2017
Police did not ID the student or say what the nature of the threats were.
"Our local police are amazing at keeping our schools safe! Thanks for your help, quick action, and continued dedication!" said Dr. Patrick Spray, superintendent of Clark-Pleasant Community Schools on Twitter.
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