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Canada Former student threatened school violence, arrested with weapon, RCMP say

00:55  01 december  2019
00:55  01 december  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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RCMP in Manitoba say a former student of Shevchenko School has been arrested in connection with posting threats of violence toward the school on social media. (David Bell/CBC). A 19-year-old was arrested after threats were posted online against a school in the community of Vita, Man., on Friday

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A 19-year-old was arrested after threats were posted online against a school in the community of Vita, Man., on Friday, RCMP say.

Shevchenko School was in the middle of basketball game Friday evening when it was locked down by police around 8 p.m. Emerson RCMP responded to call that a former student had posted threats of violence on social media toward the school, police said in a press release on Saturday.

Officers say they found the suspect and a weapon at approximately 10 p.m. that night with the help of a police dog.

A 19-year-old male from the Rural Municipality of Stuartburn was arrested and is facing weapon and firearms related charges, and uttering threats.

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The 1969 ruling essentially said that students do not lose their constitutional rights to free speech at the schoolhouse gate, said Francisco Negrón Jr., the chief legal officer of the National School Boards Association. If a protest is not disruptive, public schools have to allow it.

About 479 people live in the small community of Vita, located 94 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg. The kindergarten to Grade 12 school has about 350 students enrolled, according to the school's website.

The man remains in custody.

RCMP are continuing to investigate.

a close up of a car: RCMP in Manitoba say a former student of Shevchenko School has been arrested in connection with posting threats of violence toward the school on social media. © Provided by cbc.ca RCMP in Manitoba say a former student of Shevchenko School has been arrested in connection with posting threats of violence toward the school on social media.

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