Police arrested a Princeton School District student and referred charges of terroristic threats against the student after several students received a threat on social media, according to a police news release.
A citizen discovered a threat Sunday night on social media, stating that someone would “kill people and that they were being pushed over the edge and people were going to die,” according to the news release.
Several Princeton School District students got the threat, which was not specific, police said.
A minor student at Princeton School District made the threats and was told not to attend school until an investigation was finished, police said. Police arrested the juvenile.
Police were at school on Monday.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Princeton Police at (920) 294-4000.