Another School Threat Reported In NKY

A 13-year-old at Ockerman Middle School has been charged with Terroristic Threatening.

(Florence, Ky.) – Another school threat has been made in northern Kentucky.

For the third time this week, the Boone County Sheriff’s Office has charged a juvenile with Terroristic Threatening (Class D Felony).

A 13-year-old, 8th grade student at Ockerman Middle School allegedly made threats to shoot three 8th grade girls as well as 7th graders in general. The threats were reported on Wednesday afternoon.

According to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, the juvenile admitted to searching the internet for a sub machine gun during class.

His actions were brought to light after six different students notified a school resource officer.

The juvenile has been lodged in the Campbell Regional Juvenile Detention Center.

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