Williamson County officials say that they've made arrests in two separate incidents in which threats were made to shoot up a school.
Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody said that they recieved several reports of a threat made via the social media platform Snapchat to "shoot up" Liberty Hill High School. They investigateed the reports and one juvenile was taken in to custody.
On Wednesday, May 8, WCSO received several reports of a threat made via social media (Snapchat) to “shoot up” Liberty Hill High School. WCSO has investigated the reports and has one juvenile in custody. pic.twitter.com/vaFJfBSxva— Williamson County Sheriff Chody (@SheriffChody) May 9, 2019
The other incident also involved a threat made on Snapchat. This one was against Cedar Valley Middle School. A juvenile was arrested in this case as well.
Officials have not said if the juvenile was the same in both cases or if two different juveniles were arrested.
Both threats were investigated and officials determined there was no danger to the schools or to the public.