Police investigate 3 separate threats at Michigan school, 2 students taken into custody


By Melissa Hudson

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ST. JOSEPH, Michigan (WBND-LD) – Lincoln Township Police investigated three separate school threats at two different schools on Monday.

At 11.30am police were called to Upton Middle School after a threatening message was written on a bathroom wall.

Officers reviewed the video, conducted an investigation and located a suspect.

Police say a 13-year-old student admitted writing the threat on the bathroom wall.

The student was taken to the police department for treatment.

During the investigation, another threat was discovered and reported.

A student allegedly threatened to shoot another student, police said.

Witnesses and the student were interviewed. The suspect was taken to the police station for treatment.

Just before 2 p.m., police were called to Lakeshore High School with a threatening complaint. School administrators found a handwritten message making a threat with no specific target.

Video footage is being reviewed and police are working to identify a suspect.

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