A juvenile faces charges after allegedly threatening to harm students in the Princeton School District, according to the Princeton Police Department.
On Sunday, September 30 at about 8:15 p.m. a threat was discovered by on social media. The threat, received by several Princeton School District students, contained information that the individual was going to kill people. It did not mention a specific place, according to Princeton Police.
The Princeton Police Department contacted the Princeton School District Administration about the threat sent to several students.
Police determined that the subject who made these threats was a juvenile who lives in the city of Princeton and is a current student in the Princeton School District. The juvenile and their parents were contacted and told not to attend school until an investigation was completed.
Police were on school grounds Monday, October 1 before school and throughout the day to make sure there were no threats. They conducted an investigation and developed enough probable cause to place the juvenile under arrest.
The Princeton Police Department has referred charges of terroristic threats to the Green Lake County Social Services Department.
The Princeton Police Department is continuing to investigate the case. They are asking anyone with firsthand knowledge and information concerning this case to contact them directly at 920-294-4000.