Mattoon district leaders: Gun threat for different school


City police are alerting parents there are no threats to the city's high school after posts circulated Facebook.

Although officials believe the threat is in reference to a school in Virginia, school officials with McBee High School in Chesterfield, Monroe High School and Mooresville High School are responding.

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In the post, the person makes a threat against "MHS", prompting a response from schools in Chesterfield County, Monroe and Mooresville.

Social media allowed that post to spread and stir up fear in parents and students at any school with the initials MHS.

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A juvenile has been detained by the Albemarle County Police Department in Virginia for posting the threat, which officials there consider to be a hoax as well, according to a news report provided by Solomon. "Students" and "Loaded up bout head out". "Even though it did not mention McDowell High School specifically, we began investigating in order to try to pinpoint the information". "We were in contact with school officials and made them aware of the findings and what to do moving forward".

Mitchell High School went into lock down on Monday at approximately 10 a.m. after an employee reported a threat directed at students. We work closely with local law enforcement to evaluate any potential or perceived threat.

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