Tacoma police arrested a 14-year-old boy Tuesday for making threats to shoot students and staff at their school Tuesday, the police department tweeted.
At 3:45 p.m., staff at Northwest School of Innovative Learning called 911 for threats made by a student to shoot other students and staff.
A list of intended targets was also found, according to police.
Officers arrested the boy for 10 counts of felony harassment at a house in Tacoma.
At 3:45 pm staff at Northwest School of Innovative Learning called 911 for threats made to staff by a student to shoot students & staff. A list of intended targets had also been found. Officers arrested the 14-yr-old male for 10 counts of Felony Harassment at a house in Tacoma. pic.twitter.com/9i755ZFeA2— Tacoma Police Department (@TacomaPD) June 8, 2022
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