Chief Thomas P. Browne reports that the Burlington Police Department identified an individual who made a potentially threatening Facebook post that was directed at a school department employee, and determined the post was not meant to convey a threat.
TAUNTON — Superintendent John Cabral, Taunton High School Principal Matthew Mattos and Police Chief Edward J. Walsh report that the Taunton Police Department is investigating after a bomb threat was made against Taunton High School Friday morning.
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith and Superintendent Julie Hamilton report that the Holbrook Police Department today have charged a juvenile student of the Holbrook Public Schools after he allegedly emailed a violent threat against Holbrook Middle-High School to a school official Thursday.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department is actively investigating a threatening letter found at the Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley this week.
TAUNTON — Chief Edward Walsh and Superintendent Alexandre Magalhaes report that the Taunton Police Department Responded to a bomb threat at Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School Tuesday morning.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch reports that Haverhill Police have identified the individual behind two recent Snapchat threats against Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch reports that Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School administrators are working with the Haverhill Police Department after a student received a threatening message via Snapchat in which an anonymous person threatening to commit a violent act at the school on Saturday.
COHASSET — Superintendent Louise L. Demas and Police Chief William P. Quigley report that the Cohasset Police Department and Cohasset Public Schools are currently investigating an alleged threat at Cohasset High School and Cohasset Middle School.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy reports that the Raymond School District, working with the Raymond Police Department, is investigating after a student allegedly made a threat to harm others during an after school program.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Police Chief Michael R. Labell report that Raymond School officials and the Raymond Police Department are investigating after an Iber Holmes Gove Middle School student reported to a teacher that he was threatened by a fellow gamer while playing Fortnite online.