ABERDEEN, Md. (AP) — Police say they charged a student in connection to threats made about a shooting at a Maryland middle school.
The Baltimore Sun reports that police determined four threats made against Aberdeen Middle School were non-credible. A student was charged in connection with one of the threats.
The eighth grade student at the school was charged with making threats of mass violence.
The school was on a modified lock down earlier in the week, with about half the school absent on Wednesday.
Most Read Nation & World Stories
- 8 bombshells from Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony at Jan. 6 hearing
- Men rush to get vasectomies after Roe ruling
- Cruz takes a shot at Elmo the muppet over getting a COVID vaccine
- Yellowstone bison gores Colorado man, causes arm injury
- One woman dominated a local fair's food contest. The internet went looking for her
Information from: The Baltimore Sun, http://www.baltimoresun.com