Nashville student charged after ‘threatening gunfire’ at school
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – Metro Police are dealing with another threat of violence directed at a Nashville school.
A 14-year-old student was arrested at Hillwood High School Monday after police say the teen created an Instagram post threatening gunfire in the school, a media release said.
Last Friday, another 14-year-old Hillwood High School student was arrested and charged for a separate threat. The teens in both cases were charged in juvenile court with threatening mass violence at a school and making a false report of an emergency.
This marks the fifth Nashville student arrested in the last week for making a threat toward schools.
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