Social Media Threat to “CHS” Determined to Be Clovis High School

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A very concerning threat to “CHS” is circulating on social media. Many local students and parents grew understandably concerned that the threat was referring to Franklin’s Centennial High School.

Franklin Police and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office have confirmed that the New Mexico student who made the threat regarding Clovis High School (CHS) was arrested on Friday and there is no known threat to Centennial students.

If ever you see a threat posted to social media, or hear of one some other way, please call your local police department immediately. Reposting, sharing, or reporting the threat on your own social media creates unnecessary worry and complicates the investigation.

Related Reading: Juvenile Arrested In Connection to Social Media School Threat

Today’s arrest of a Williamson County teenager is not related to the aforementioned threat.

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