School crime blotter 12/11/2017

School crime blotter 12/11/2017

Threatening Snapchat video prompted Wando High School lockdown:
South Carolina. School goes into lockdown over someone flashing gang signs on Snapchat. Overreaction? Discuss.

Threat At Wilde Lake High School Was ‘Joke’: Student:
Another threat posted to Snapchat. Student claimed it was a joke. Jokes are supposed to be funny Junior.

Deputies investigating threat at South Florence High:
A picture of a rifle and the phrase ‘South Florence Massacre’ was posted to Snapchat (I’m detecting a theme) aimed at South Florence High School in South Carolina.

Deputies search Wilson High School following threat on social media, no devices found:
The next day, also in Florence, South Carolina, police locked down Wilson High School following a threat of a Columbine-like attack that was posted on social media, probably Snapchat. No devices or weapons were found at the school.

Police Investigate Snapchat Gun Threat At Grosse Pointe North High School:
Ok, this is just getting repetitive now. Anyway, police were investigating a threat against Grosse Pointe North High School in Michigan after a threat was posted to Snapchat that had a picture of a student holding a gun with the caption “Don’t go to school today”. The student allegedly said he was trying to get the school to close for the day. No arrests have been made yet.

Stillwater high school shooting threat was ‘dark humor’ gone bad, police say:
Another social media threat, this time aimed at Stillwater High School in Minnesota, The message read “If you go to Stillwater, do not go to school tomorrow because there’s someone threatening to shoot up the school.” Another one of those ‘just a joke’ threats. No arrests have been made.