Several arrests made for threats to New Mexico schools


"From what I heard Wednesday night is nowhere near what was put out on social media", Kistler said Thursday morning, as calls from parents and community members began coming into the district.

Los Lunas Police say they are still investigating the threat made to Los Lunas High School and are asking anyone with information to contact them.

A threat by an 18-year-old student of a shooting at Otsego High School led officials to keep students home Thursday.

"Investigation did not locate any credible plan of action on the suspect's part and there appears no present danger to students of the Opelika City Schools", police said.

"We have no reason to believe there was any premeditation", Foster said.

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During a press conference Thursday, Pickell and Clio school administrators pleaded with students to share information about threats immediately. Police said an AR-15 was taken from the boy's home.

"Our parents know we take this seriously, and I think we responded as quick as we could".

Students at Somersworth and Epping high schools were arrested Wednesday due to threats.

Sanders said they are committed to keeping children and staff safe and have measures in place to make sure that happens.

Los Lunas School Superintendent Dana Sanders addressed some hysteria caused by a Snapchat message that has been circulating warning students not to go to school. She told 11 News this is in response to how prevalent school threats are becoming.