Killeen ISD Police charge student with felony for terroristic threat

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Killeen ISD Police have charged a Killeen High School student with a felony for making a terroristic threat.

A 15-year-old, ninth grade student was arrested after he scrawled threats against other students on a bathroom door.

The student is now in juvenile detention and has been charged by Killeen ISD police with a felony count of making a terroristic threat.

The student is now in juvenile detention and will face these serious felony charges.

School Principal Kara Trevino made a phone call to parents to inform them of the arrest and to ask for their help:

“Parents, please help us by talking to your children about this serious crime,” Principal Trevino said in the phone call.

Killeen ISD Superintendent John Craft says:

“Any student who makes a threat against the school will be charged with a felony and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Our students must understand we are serious about this. The district remains vigilant regarding the safety of all students and staff.”

Source: Killeen Independent School District

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