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Police Investigate Threats Made Against Raytown Schools

At about 2:55 PM Sunday (February 25, 2018) Raytown Officers were contacted by a Raytown School District student and their parent regarding possible threats to Raytown schools, which mentioned tomorrow’s date, 02-26-18. The threats were made through images that were being spread through social media. The police have received hundreds of calls on the photos. An investigation is currently underway and police are working with the Raytown School District. The credibility of the threats is undetermined at this time, but the Raytown Police Department takes threats of this nature very seriously.

Anyone with information about the source of the threats is asked to call the TIPS Hotline, 816-474-TIPS (8477.)
Report #18-0570

UPDATE:

Police Take Teen into Custody Regarding School Threats

At about 10:45 AM Monday (February 26, 2018) Raytown Detectives took a 14-year-old female Raytown School District student into custody regarding social media threats made yesterday, toward Raytown schools. The student did not attend school today, nor was she on a school bus today. Detectives learned that the photos that contained images of firearms were actually copied from another social media profile from out of state. The student did not physically possess the firearms. The student admitted that she made the threat because she did not want to go to school today. The Raytown School District has been advised of the apprehension. The student was transported to the Jackson County Juvenile Justice Center. There is no evidence of any other threat to safety associated with this incident.

The Raytown Police Department would like to thank the Raytown School District and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for their immediate assistance in the investigation. The Raytown Police Department also appreciates the Jackson County Juvenile Justice Center, the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) for their assistance with school security and extension of resources.

Raytown Police were originally contacted by a different Raytown School District student and their parent regarding possible threats to Raytown schools, which mentioned today’s date, 02-26-18. The threats were made through images that were being spread through social media. The police received hundreds of calls and messages regarding the photos. An investigation was immediately launched and police worked with the Raytown School District to bring the investigation to a successful conclusion.

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