Seven Students, Ages 11-12, Charged with Making Terroristic Threats in Stafford Township
Stafford Township Police say seven students, all of whom attend the Stafford Township Intermediate School, were charged Wednesday with making terroristic threats following two incidents where threats were made to shoot-up the school by them become active shooters.
Cops say that in one incident, school officials were notified of comments through an in-district electronic notification system in which students can report harassment, intimidation, and bullying. Officials were able to intercept the student named in the report and remove him from his school bus.
The seven students are all residents of Stafford Township. Four students are 11 years old and the other three are 12.
In a press release, Stafford Township Police Chief Thomas Dellane and Stafford Township School Superintendent George Chidiac said there is zero tolerance for any threats of violence and all reports are fully investigated.