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Crime Germantown police investigating school threats

15:55  03 december  2019
15:55  03 december  2019 Source:   wisn.com

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Germantown police say they've determined a pair of threats to local schools are not credible.

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In a message to parents, Police Chief Peter Hoell and school Superintendent Jeff Holmes say administrators learned Monday evening of threats against Germantown High School and Kennedy Middle School for today.

Investigators say around 3 a.m. they identified the student who made both threats and determined the threats were "not credible". Classes at both schools will be held as scheduled, but with additional police present.

Police will meet with the students and their parents later today to discuss what will happen next.

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