MHS Student Arrested For Terroristic Threatening

Milford Police Department

On April 30, 2014 a Milford Police Department’s School Resource Officer arrested a 17 year old Milford Senior High School student following an investigation of terroristic threatening. Police state that investigation revealed a School Resource Officer and the school’s Dean of Students were notified of an incident in which the 17 year old male verbally threatened another student. The 17 year old male threatened to use a weapon during this threat. The School Resource Officer and the Dean of Students immediately contacted the 17 year old student and took him into custody. The 17 year old student was found to be in possession of a pocket knife. The investigation also brought closure to another investigation in which it was believed the 17 year old student possessed drug paraphernalia on a bus in early April. Information was learned through this investigation that led to the student being charged for that incident. The student was arraigned at Kent County Family Court and released on $2000.00 unsecured bond along with a no contact order with the victim.

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