A 15-year-old has been accused of sending a message threatening a possible “murder spree” to Rockdale students
A student was arrested after officials said he sent a threatening letter to Rockdale County High School students.
The father of an RCHS student told officers about a threatening text message sent to students about a possible “killing spree” during the school day, Conyers police officials said Friday.
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After investigating, and with the assistance of the Rockdale County Public School System, investigators determined that a 15-year-old student was responsible for the message.
The student was taken into custody and charged with disrupting a public school and making terroristic threats.
The teenager’s identity has not been revealed.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all members of the community who brought the matter to our attention, enabling us to respond quickly and effectively,” Conyers Police officials said. “We would also like to express our appreciation to the Rockdale County Public School System for their cooperation throughout the investigation. The unwavering dedication and quick action of Conyers Police officers were pivotal in identifying and apprehending the juvenile responsible. Together, we stand united in our commitment to fostering a safe and resilient community.”
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