WAKEFIELD (CBS) – Police say there’s no credible hazard to Wakefield’s Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational Excessive Faculty after a scholar allegedly posted a menace to the varsity on Snapchat.
The menace, posted Saturday, included a picture of a firearm and a warning to not attend faculty on Monday. It was allegedly made by a Northeast scholar that lives in Revere.
Police have decided there is no such thing as a credible menace following a report of a regarding social media publish allegedly made by a scholar. https://t.co/e8XeMdpbAo
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The Wakefield and Revere police are investigating the publish, however have decided that the menace shouldn’t be credible.
The college stated the scholar will probably be disciplined in keeping with Northeast’s code of conduct.
“Any menace, whether or not it’s legit or not, deserves a critical and thorough response,” Superintendent David DiBarri stated. “We’re assured, based mostly on the work of our colleagues with the Wakefield and Revere police departments, that there is no such thing as a hazard to our college group and we’ll stay vigilant to be able to guarantee the security of scholars and employees going ahead.”