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Baltimore County police are investigating a threat made to Baltimore catholic school student

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Posted at 2:00 PM, Apr 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-01 14:45:11-04

BALTIMORE — Baltimore County Police told WMAR-2 News that they're investigating a threat made at a Baltimore City catholic school.

Officials said a student at Archbishop Curley High School in East Baltimore received multiple threatening text messages. The student told police, the first threat was sent on March 16 and another text followed on March 31.

According to police, the March 31 message stated, "I'm going to shoot the school up."

The Baltimore Police Department is assisting Baltimore County Police.

County police is leading the investigation because the Archbishop Curely student is a resident of Baltimore County.