Angry student threatened to bring a firearm to school, Nebraska police say

Courtesy: Grand Island Senior High

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A student accused of making terroristic threats involving another student has been removed from school.

Officials first learned of the threats on Thursday, according to Grand Island Public Schools.

The district said the student was sharing upsetting social media posts, including a potential threat against Grand Island Senior High School.

He threatened to bring a firearm to school after another student made him mad, according to the Grand Island Police Department.

GIPS said everyone on campus remained safe as administrators, the school resource officer and other police intervened.

In addition to facing consequences, the student accused of making threats will be “receiving the support they need,” the district said.

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