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CCSD PD )” border=” 0 “width=” 180″/ > Toni Strickland( Source: CCSD PD ). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. The Clark County School District stated an 18-year-old student was jailed for publishing dangers towards the school on social media.
Authorities arrested Toni Strickland without incident at her house at about 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Authorities said, “at this point, there is no clear intention other than bad judgment.”
CCSD police reacted to hazards toward the school shared through text messages and social networks among trainees in Las Vegas.
Classes have actually not been canceled for Thursday, the school district stated.
CCSD released the following statement:
CCSD moms and dads and trainees: Some of you have reached out to us about an unsubstantiated hazard that has been circulating online about a possible school shooting today. We are dealing with our local law enforcement partners to investigate this hazard. It appears similar hazards have actually been made in 5 other states. At stated value, we don’t believe the threat to be reliable. However, the investigation is continuous and we are dealing with our regional partners to accelerate the examination. It is already a hard time for our community– thank you for your perseverance and support.
The number was not in service when called. Similar dangers were made to schools in Johnston, Iowa, where the school district did cancel classes, but those dangers were not validated, according to the Associated Press.
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