Two students have been arrested for allegedly making threats to Racine High Schools this month, according to Racine Police.
One student was apprehended on Tuesday for allegedly making a social media threat towards Horlick High School.
Another student was arrested for disorderly conduct in connections with threats written on desks at Park High School.
Police said in a news release, “The threats made to our schools are being taken seriously. They will be investigated and people found to be making these threats will be apprehended. If someone comes across a social post we ask that instead of forwarding it you report to law enforcement.”
The news comes the same day that Case High School was closed following threats made to the school found written on the bathroom wall.