TROUSDALE COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — A student is facing multiple charges in connection with a threat against Trousdale County High School, according to authorities.
The Trousdale County Sheriff’s Department said deputies and school administrators investigated a safety tip at the high school on Friday, Sept. 8, with the Office of Homeland Security and Mental Health Services also responding.
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As a result of the investigation, officials said one student was charged with threat of mass violence at a school and unlawful possession of a weapon, citing “alleged possession of firearms at a place other than school.”
According to law enforcement, the expelled student has a hearing scheduled in Juvenile Court.
No additional details have been released about this case.