Teen Made Terroristic Threat Towards Hudson Valley School, Police Say
A teen is accused of using social media to make a terroristic threat towards a Hudson Valley school.
On Monday, New York State Police at Liberty learned of a threat posted on social media that appeared to target the Tri-Valley Central School District located in Grahamsville.
With the assistance of school officials and specialized State Police units that monitor social media, investigators were able to link the Twitter post to a sixteen-year-old Tri-Valley student, officials say.
Further details regarding the twitter threat were not released.
The unnamed 16-year-old was charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony under the New York State Penal Law.
The teen was arraigned in the Town of Neversink Court and remanded to the Sullivan County Jail in lieu of $1500 cash bail.
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