Brevard Sheriff’s Agents Arrest Trainee for Making Hazard on Social Network Versus Edgewood Jr./ Sr. High
BCSO: danger made by trainee who went to the school, lay and consequently apprehended
< img aria-describedby=" caption-attachment-326598" src=" https://spacecoastdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Edgewood-threat-580-1.jpg" alt ="" width=" 580" height=" 493" > BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to Edgewood Jr./ Sr. High to examine a social networks threat that was received by a student who attended the school. A suspect was charged with Sending Composed Dangers to Eliminate or Hurt and carried to the Juvenile Detention Center. (Image via BCSO)
SCHOOL RISK OUTCOMES IN CHARGES AND ARREST OF STUDENT WHO MADE HAZARDS USING SOCIAL MEDIA
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– Brevard County Constable’s Workplace Deputies reacted to Edgewood Jr./ Sr. High on Wednesday to examine a social networks threat that was received by a trainee who participated in the school.
Resolving the hazard as possibly reputable, Deputies and Agents from the East Precinct reacted to the scene to act on leads provided by the school’s School Resource Deputy.
Through different investigative efforts by BCSO Agents, the suspect responsible for making the risk lay and subsequently arrested.
Additionally recuperated was the thought weapon, which was determined to be a reproduction gun.
The suspect was charged with Sending out Composed Risks to Kill or Hurt and transferred to the Juvenile Detention Center.
It is very crucial to acknowledge that danger is no longer thought about to be trustworthy and the suspect, a juvenile, was identified to be non-lethal.
I can’t thank the collaborated efforts in between the BPS District Security team, the personnel of Edgewood Jr./ Sr. High and our investigative resources.
The partnership between the School Board and Brevard County Law Enforcement agencies is exceptional and totally concentrated on the security of our children, educators, personnel and school visitors.
Today’s case is an ideal example of what takes place when all of us work together to keep our schools safe!
Please join me in thanking everybody associated with this timely and efficient response to a prospective hazard to our schools.
— Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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