Rash of school violence threats in Menifee leads to arrest of 3

A series of social media posts threatening violence against two Perris Union High School District high schools and a Romoland School District middle school has resulted in the arrest of two students and one former student, Menifee Police Capt. Dave Gutierrez said. The first threat referenced potential violence planned for Tuesday, Sept. 7, at Ethan A. Chase Middle School. According to Gutierrez, Menifee Police received a call at about 7 p.m. from a Romoland School District employee who reported threats of violence against the school posted to social media. An investigation into the credibility of the threats led officers to identifying four students who were involved, along with their home addresses, Gutierrez said. After contacting the students and their parents, all who coope
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