Friday, a student at Cypress Grove Intermediate School in College Station, Texas, made a threat against the school, which prompted the administration to place the school in a brief lockdown.
The youngster, according to the report filed by the College Station police, ” stated that they possessed an explosive device at the school.” At approximately 12:45 in the afternoon, the school administration was promptly informed and dialed 911.
A 12 year old student at Cypress Grove Intermediate School made statement that they possessed an explosive device at the school. School administrators were immediately notified and contacted 911 around 12:45pm. pic.twitter.com/ela5Sn6oJm
— College Station Police Department (@CSTXPolice) March 3, 2023
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The CSPD searched the school and reported no signs of an explosive device inside or close to the school.
In response to a false alarm or report, the pupil has been taken into custody and sent to the Brazos County Juvenile Detention Center.