Meriden middle school on guard after alleged threat

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MERIDEN — Washington Middle School will have extra protection Monday after a student allegedly made a threat.

In a statement released from Assistant Principal Dan Corsetti wrote, police were immediately notified and believe that there is no credible threat.

Read his full statement below,

“This is a call from Assistant Principal, Dan Corsetti, calling to let you know a student allegedly made a threat against the school for Monday.  The police were immediately notified and while they do not perceive this to be a credible threat, Dr. Benigni and I wanted to keep you informed.  The Meriden Police Department will be sending extra protection to Washington on Monday. Please feel free to call me at 203-235-6606 if you have any questions.  Thank you for all of your support.  Have a great weekend.  See you on Monday. “

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