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Student charged with threatening to ‘Go Columbine’ at high school

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LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – A 16 year old Conestoga Valley High School student is charged with Terroristic Threats for an incident that occurred at the school on Monday, October 10. The male student was overheard by an alert student making threats to “Go Columbine” and ‘Shoot people who piss him off”.

The student reported the statements to the school administration, who acted quickly to isolate the suspect student and alert the School Resource Officer.    The student was removed from school and was charged with Terroristic Threats by East Lampeter Township Police.

The investigation has determined that there is no further threat to students or faculty.

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