A high school student in Washington County is facing charges after police say he made verbal threats toward the school.
The sheriff’s office tells us a student threatened to bring a firearm to Narraguagus High School in Harrington.
After deputies investigated, a juvenile male was charged with terrorizing.
The boy is due in court in December and is not allowed to return to school property.
Superintendent Ronald Ramsay released a written statement, saying.
“Our first concern is for the well being of our students. As a result of some rumors and accusations floating around the internet last night that appeared on facebook and other modes of social media, MSAD #37 in conjunction with local law enforcement took the appropriate cautionary measures to make sure that all of our students are safe.”
The school is open and police have been there today as a precautionary measure.