Student arrested for threat made against high school in Long Beach
LONG BEACH, Calif. - Long Beach police confirmed Monday the arrest of a high school student connected to a school threat investigation.
An investigation was launched after a social media post appeared threatening violence against Millikan High School, located at 2800 Snowden Avenue in the city of Long Beach, according to authorities.
Detectives arrested the underage student believed to be responsible for making the threats. Police did not elaborate on the nature of the threat but say there is no threat to the high school at this time.
The Long Beach Police Department has deployed extra patrols around the campus out of an abundance of caution. The investigation is ongoing.
Police reminds the public to report any suspicious activity or crime by calling 9-1-1.