Norfolk Police investigate alleged threats made by minors
Norfolk Police are investigating an incident involving a school-age minor who allegedly made threats on social media.
The apparent threats were directed at several individuals, Captain Michael Bauer said in a news release Thursday afternoon. The officers are in contact with the minor, the child’s parents and the school system, Bauer said, and are actively managing the situation. No danger to the population, according to the police.
Norfolk High School principal Derek Ippensen said in an email to parents Thursday afternoon that the high school, as always, was in a modified state of security, meaning all exterior doors are locked and security clearance is required. identification to enter the building.
Ippensen said the high school administration was alerted to “alarming comments made on social media.”
Bauer asked anyone who might have screenshots or social media information related to the threats to contact the police division at 402-644-8700.
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