Pittsburgh Public Schools Student Accused Of Making Threat
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A 17-year-old student in the Pittsburgh Public School District was detained Friday afternoon after allegedly making a threat.
Police say the teenager, reportedly frustrated over school, told a teacher he was going to “add you to a list.”
The boy was at one of the district’s special education programs on California Avenue in Brighton Heights.
Police were called and detained him before releasing him to his parents.
Investigators say they found no list.
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