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Lebanon High School student arrested, accused of making threats against school

LEBANON — A high school student was arrested after allegedly making an anonymous threat against a Lebanon school Saturday.

School officials said that a student received a threat to not to come to school Monday. No  Lebanon school was mentioned in the threat.

The threat was reported to a staff member at the school, who then told police.

Through an investigation, officers arrested a juvenile in relation to the post on social media.

The juvenile is schedule to appear in Waterford Juvenile Court and is facing a breach of peace charge.

State Police said that the juvenile is a current student at the school.

As a precaution, police will be stationed at every Lebanon School.

Schools will be open Monday.

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