Three Lakes investigating non-specific threat
Student allegedly making the threat is identified; no danger to students and staff
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
Three Lakes Police Department is investigating a “non-specific threat” made by a student that was reported to law enforcement approximately 8 p.m. April 29.
Upon receiving the threat, which was reportedly made within the last four weeks, Three Lakes School District Administrator Dr. George Karling indicated in a press release the district took “precautionary measures along with local law enforcement to ensure there was no danger to students or staff.” School operated as normal today and will be in session tomorrow.
At this time, according to the press release, the student making the threat has allegedly been identified and it has been determined there is no further threat to students or staff.
It is expected that once concluded, the investigation will “result in a referral to Oneida County Social Services and the District Attorney’s office.”
More information will be provided when it is available.