An arrest warrant has been issued for a Port Neches-Groves high school student. Port Neches Police Chief Paul Lemoine says he’s accused of making a terroristic threat, KFDM/6 News on Fox has learned.
Investigators say the 17-year-old made threats targeting students and staff members at the high school last Thursday.
They say the teen said he would carry out the threat Thursday, April 20th, which is the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre, which happened in 1999.
Sources tell us the student, Triston Brantley Miller, has been expelled from school.
PN-G ISD superintendent Rodney Cavness, Ed.D says the incident was handled “swiftly and appropriately."
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