Student Denied Permission to Smoke Joint in School, Threatens To “Shoot Up” School

Student Denied Permission to Smoke Joint in School, Threatens To “Shoot Up” School
Photo: Creekside Community Day school

The morning of October 22nd, a 16-year old student of Creekside Community Day school in Visalia told his teacher he would “shoot up” the school if he wasn’t permitted to smoke a joint.

The teen, who is on probation, was sent to the school’s administrative office while Tulare County Sheriff deputies were called.

The teen’s home was searched but no evidence pointing to a possible shooting was found.

Regardless, the threat in itself is a crime and deputies arrested the teen for terrorist threats and booked him at the Juvenile Detention Facility.

In a news release, Sheriff Boudreaux reiterated his first priority: keep children safe. Threats such as these will be not be tolerated and will always be taken as violations of the law.

Student Denied Permission to Smoke Joint in School, Threatens To “Shoot Up” School was last modified: October 28th, 2019 by admin
Categories: Tulare
Tags: threats

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