CELINA, Ohio (WDTN) — Police say there is no danger at Celina High School after officers found a threat from a student on social media late Sunday.
The Celina Schools Superintendent says police called him around 11 p.m. Sunday about the threat.
Officers went to the student’s house and found an Airsoft pellet gun. Police confiscated the gun
Superintendent Ken Schmiesing says police routinely monitor social media to check for threats.
Police say there is no threat to the school. Classes are operating on a normal schedule Monday.
School officials sent a text message to all parents with information about the incident.
Police are speaking with prosecutors about possible charges for the student.
The school will also go through the disciplinary process for the student.
The student’s name has not been released.