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East Haven Police: Teens Arrested for Making Threats Against Other Students

Two teenagers have been arrested after they allegedly threatened to harm students at Pathways Regional School via posts on a social media website, according to East Haven Police.

The following is a press release from the East Haven Police Department.

On January 7, 2013, two male juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were arrested in regards to threats that they allegedly posted on a social media website.

The juveniles allegedly threatened to harm students at Pathways Regional School, 1 Maple Street, East Haven.

The juveniles were former students and were not at the school when the complaint was made to police.

School authorities were notified and were apprised of the situation.

Additional precautions were taken to provide protection for the school involved. At no time were any students in harm’s way.

Police secured arrest warrants for both juveniles and both were arrested and were taken into custody without incident.

Both juvenile were charged with Breach of Peace in the Second Degree, Threatening in the Second Degree, and Intimidation Based on Bigotry or Bias in the Second Degree.

Both juveniles were remanded to the juvenile detention facility in Bridgeport, CT.

thomas January 08, 2013 at 05:33 PM
home tutoring is the only way especially if your a high echeleon bible , God fearing christian, stay away from the heathen they are a handful.selah
Dana Preble Jr January 08, 2013 at 08:16 PM
I agree with you, Lou, people these days are really ignorant and have to get and have to be taught some respect.. I am so glad my record is clean, and I don't have a problem with the police, shizz, these kids, need to be electro shock therapy ...
Angels Among Us January 09, 2013 at 02:55 AM
Both juvenile were charged with Breach of Peace in the Second Degree, Threatening in the Second Degree, and Intimidation Based on Bigotry or Bias in the Second Degree. Bigotry.... Bias, wonder where they learned that from?
donna January 09, 2013 at 12:07 PM
So sad, my heart breaks for all the victims, maybe these kids can learn a lesson by going to schools and talking to all kids , ALL the schools starting younger grades to high school, hold them accountable instead of just the community service they'll end up doing. Don't let them graduate high school until they finish.
Teresa January 09, 2013 at 11:43 PM
Blame the parents!Todays kids grow up with socialmedia "connected" to the end of their figertips.Its rare to see a kid w/o an ipod,laptop,or smartphone in their hand.First while kids are young-teach them respect&instill within them a decent moral code!Second-monitor their activities! Too much work?then don'thave kids! Clearly the comment above is case in point-insulting police officers-what a shame!Youth need guidance!Police officers put their life on the line everyday!If you don't like East Haven there are no laws saying you must remain a resident!!!!

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