The social media post allegedly made by the New Mexico teen threatened "BHS students", the same initials as Bayonne High School.
Law enforcement officials say that suspected threats made against several New Jersey schools were "not credible".
"As an extra precaution, there will be an additional police presence at the school". "While the decision to close a school is never easy, we will always prioritize the safety of our students and staff at the forefront of our decision-making". That district's superintendent said in a news release that these types of messages have circulated at numerous schools throughout the state, following the February 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Florida, where 17 people were killed.
"ATTENTION all bhs students prepare too see my wrath tomorrow hahaha you all (expletive) up. Beware my ak15 will be in my duffle bag and will happen when you least expect it. why can't things be ******* peaceful. wtf. careful and watch your back".
Update 11:04 a.m. - Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis said the threat "did not post any imminent threat to our students., faculty or anyone else".
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"As we move forward, continued support and training will be provided so that Bremerton Schools remain safe places", Leavell said in an email statement.
Parents have been allowed to enter the building to take their children home.
The New Mexico student, who reportedly told police the threat was merely a hoax, was arrested Thursday and charged with various offenses, according to published reports.
The Facebook group said the photos circulating throughout the Bayonne High School student body contained "BHS", which is also used by Bayonne High School, members of the Facebook group said. Randy Plumb of the Bremerton Police Department. Since then, Fort Bend ISD and the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office said the screenshot comes from a school in New Mexico. All of these threats were found to either be rumors or hoaxes.
And in Nutley, a supposed threat made against a school last week resulted in a student being banned from the school.