Daviess co high school bldgOWENSBORO, Ky. (5/15/14) — A male juvenile student was charged with criminal mischief and second degree terroristic threatening following an investigation of a threat of a school shooting at Daviess County High School yesterday afternoon.

Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Deputies said no weapons were found and students weren’t in danger. Deputies patrolled Daviess County High School until the end of the school day Wednesday afternoon after school personnel discovered a “terroristic threatening note… written on a bathroom stall” inside the school, authorities said.

SurfKY News will have updates on this incident as they become available.

Dennis Beard
SurfKY News

ORIGINAL:

OWENSBORO, Ky. (5/14/2014) – Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Deputies patrolled Daviess County High School until the end of the school day this afternoon after school personnel discovered a “terroristic threatening note… written on a bathroom stall” inside the school, authorities said.

No arrests were reported but authorities said the investigation is continuing.

SurfKY News will have updates on this incident as they become available.

Dennis Beard
SurfKY News Reporter

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