A 14-year-old West Hills Excessive Faculty scholar was being evaluated at a hospital Tuesday after allegedly making on-line statements about bringing his grandparents’ weapons to the Santee campus as a result of he was upset about his failing grades.
The threatening social media feedback had been reported to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Division late Monday evening, the company stated. Deputies quickly recognized the boy and contacted him and his dad and mom at their dwelling in San Diego. After talking with the household, personnel transported him to a medical facility for a psychological screening.
Lessons and different actions proceeded as normal on the Mast Boulevard college on Tuesday, although deputies had been offering additional campus patrols out of an abundance of warning.
College students are inspired to report any threats of potential campus violence to school-resource deputies or by calling San Diego County Crime Stoppers’ Nameless Scholar Talking Out Hotline at 888-580-8477.
–Metropolis Information Service