New York State Police face threats of school shootings directed at schools in the Hudson Valley and the Capital Region.
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Just before midnight Sunday, the Walden Village Police Department received a complaint in reference to a photo from a Snapchat post.
The message read:
I had to create a new account so they couldn’t find me. But me and a few of my friends have been hassled for so long and we just can’t cope with it anymore. We plan to film Central High School around 10-11 a.m. We’ll shoot anyone on sight, around 5-10 students and 5 administrators.
The Montgomery Town Police Department was notified of the post, which then notified the Valley Central School District administration.
Following an investigation, the Walden Village Police Department said they did not believe the threat had anything to do with Valley Central.
“At this time, this post appears to be viral, referenced to central school districts, on social media platforms, and does not appear to be a direct threat to our school district. If new information emerges, law enforcement will notify the public via our social media platforms or in an emergency, through the school district emergency notification system, ”said the Walden Police Department.
Oregon-based Central School District 13J wrote on Facebook that it believed the threat was from a person named Alex Anderson from Tennessee. They add that the person in charge has been arrested.
Central School District 13J wrote the following on Facebook:
We have received information from the Independence Police Department that the post is, indeed, out of state. The manager was arrested. We thank IPD for their continued partnership, and all of you who shared the post with us.
A social media post is circulating regarding the threat of a school shooting. The post is written by Alex Anderson and refers to “Central High School”. Our District Security Team and local law enforcement have been in communication, and in our research we found that this position is not directly related to Central High School in Oregon. We have evidence from a newspaper article in Tennessee where concerns were also raised.
In the capital region, police faced a threat against students and staff at Oneida Middle School in Schenectady.
A message warns of a school shooting:
“Tirper Oneida Middle School (Schenectady New York) We plan to shoot 15 administrators and 40-50 kids on each floor from grade 7 onwards. Any kid we see gets shot. 50 students in total, though we see you in the hallways, the bathroom or any other place where you will die immediately, ”the post read.
Following an investigation, police said the message was considered a prank.
“As a result of the investigation, it was determined that this was not a credible threat and was a prank. There are no security concerns regarding this incident and the ‘school will be open normally. The source of the threat was identified as early as yesterday afternoon, but due to the fact that he is a minor, this information will not be disclosed, “the police department said. Schenectady. In addition, the source of the threat modified the content of a TikTok video. The source created a fake account and modified a threat template to appear as a direct threat in Schenectady. None of it was content. original. This is becoming a nationwide trend in other school districts. “
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