Student in custody after Tewksbury HS lock down, school says


Cazenovia Police investigated a reported threat by a high school student Wednesday night and determined that it was not credible.

A second student was taken into custody in Heber City after a "threatening" social media post.

It appears a fellow student saw the post on social media and notified authorities. The student was charged with aggravated menacing, and has been committed to a juvenile detention facility.

School officials aren't the only ones in the community upset by the threat.

Officers removed him from the school, and classes continued without interruption, police said.

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On February 28th, around 1:45 p.m., police officers were alerted to a threat of a possible shooting at Kerr Middle School. Police said no weapons were found on the student.

The district will also have additional staff and police on Houston Middle School today. The 15-year-old boy is a former student of the school, and now attends an alternative school.

The 14-year-old ninth-grader was arrested at his home Tuesday, said Catherine Martin, a spokeswoman with the Grossmont Union High School District.

"We sat down and all of sudden, there was an announcement that said 'everybody take shelter, '" Rylie Briggs told 7News.

The superintendent said "appropriate action" will be made after the investigation is complete.