2 threats made toward San Angelo high school, 1 arrested

San Angelo Central High School

A San Angelo student was arrested Thursday after police say they made a threat against Central High School.

Police did not give any specific details other than it was a "threat of violence" and that it was made on social media.

After police and school officials investigated, one student was arrested.

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The school district investigated a second social media post "indicating an alleged threat" against Central High School.

District officials investigated, contacting those involved, and "feel confident the situation has been addressed."

Principal Bill Waters said he is confident the campus is safe.

Police say the two incidents are not connected.

San Angelo ISD administrators said "any threat, including social media, will be investigated and disciplinary measures applied."

The San Angelo Police Department said it will release more information about today's arrest sometime tomorrow.

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