BRISTOW, Okla. (KTUL) — Bristow Public Schools says their investigating a social media threat at the high school.
The district says the situation is under control.
They are investigating, but have not made any arrests at this time.
Bristow Public Schools released the following statement:
We have had a social media threat at the high school, but the situation is under control. We have extra law enforcement on site to ensure the safety of all students. We are not on lockdown because there is no immediate threat. This is an ongoing investigation. Student safety is always our number one priority so we are taking extra precautions. Students are safe and having classes as usual.
Bristow police called Broken Arrow police and asked them to detain the suspect since he lives in their jurisdiction.
Bristow police went and arrested the suspect and are questioning him.
His identity has not been released at this time.