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SECOND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT AT SAME AREA SCHOOL CHARGED WITH THREATS

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For the second time in 24 hours, another middle school student at the same school in Anderson County has been charged with making threats at school. Yesterday morning, the Oak Ridge Police Department responded to Robertsville Middle School for a report of a threat from a 13-year-old. Police said the alleged threat came during a moment of silence for the victims of the Florida school shooting. The student admitted that he had said he was going to “shoot up the school,” but he apologized and told officers he was joking and did not mean the threat. This morning just before noon, Oak Ridge police responded to the school again for a 12-year-old student who allegedly threatened another student through social media. The student today was transported to the juvenile court judge in Anderson County after police obtained a juvenile summons for charges of assault and harassment.


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