Mountain View student charged with making terrorist threats
The Stafford Sheriff’s Office says a threat at a Stafford County school Thursday resulted in a lockdown and a juvenile being charged.
The Sheriff’s says Deputy B.E. Abramaitys, the Mountain View High School Resource Officer, was made aware of a social media threat of violence involving a student in the school. As a precaution, Mountain View High School was placed on a lockdown as the investigation unfolded.
As a result of the investigation, a juvenile student was charged with making terroristic threats and placed in the Juvenile Detention Center. A handgun was seized from the juvenile’s home.
The Sheriff’s Office says continue to report any suspicious activity to their office at 540-658-4400 or 911.