Michigan Student Arrested After Threatening To Shoot Up School
After a fight between three high school students, and Columbia School District student threatened to shoot up the school and burn it to the ground.
After a fight was broken up at Columbia School District on Thursday, a student said he was going to shoot up the school and burn it down. School staff members called the police and the junior high student was arrested.
Columbia School District Superintendent Pam Campbell said police arrived on the scene and although the student had no readily apparent means to carry out the threat, incidents such as threatening to shoot up a school are always taken seriously.
The incident has been forwarded from the Columbia Township Police Department to the Jackson County Prosecutors Office.
All three students involved have been suspended.