Goshen student charged in Snapchat shooting threat

District Superintendent Kurtis Kotes says students were put in a “hold in place” for 20 minutes while police identified the sender and determined the threat wasn’t credible.

Blaise Gomez

Nov 2, 2022, 3:19 PM

Updated 568 days ago

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A Goshen High School student was arrested and accused of sending a Snapchat threat to "shoot up the school."
District Superintendent Kurtis Kotes says the threat was sent to a student as teens arrived for the day. 
Kotes says students were put in a “hold in place” for 20 minutes while police identified the sender and determined the threat wasn’t credible. 
Police say the 15-year-old female student who sent the message was found on campus and is charged as a "juvenile delinquent" with making a terroristic threat.
Authorities say the student was released to her mother and is also facing disciplinary action in school.


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