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Lebanon Catholic School sent out an alert to parents Thursday morning, Oct. 12 about a possible threat to a student. (Photo: Michael K. Dakota, Lebanon Daily)Buy Photo

A threat made by a student to carry out a shooting at Lebanon Catholic School led to an increased police presence at the school Thursday, and a 16-year-old student at the school being charged with making terroristic threats.

At about 5 p.m. Wednesday, Lebanon City police were contacted by school staff regarding threats made to a 16-year-old Lebanon girl by a 16-year-old Lebanon boy both of whom are students at the school, according to a news release issued by Lebanon City police.

District Attorney Dave Arnold confirmed to the Lebanon Daily News a juvenile claimed to have access to guns and threatened to bring them into the school.

The boy told the girl not to come to school on Thursday, Oct. 12, “because he was ‘going to do it,'” the news release stated. He made a finger gun with his hand when closing a classroom door and told her no one could leave the room.

The boy told her this on two separate occasions during the day Wednesday followed by a statement that if she told anyone he would “kill her,” according to the news release.

This took place days after the boy posted a picture on social media of him holding two guns which the girl thought to be real.

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