LBPD Arrests Student At Wilson High For Alleged Threats

LBPD Arrests Student At Wilson High For Alleged Threats

Two students have been arrested over allegations they made violent threats against Long Beach schools, police reported Wednesday, while a third was arrested for posting a threat against a school in the City of Industry.

The incident follows that of a similar threat made earlier Thursday by a 15-year-old freshman at Millikan High School.

Following an investigation, he was arrested on one count of criminal threats.

The Long Beach arrests were made after police investigated threats against three schools: Long Beach Millikan High, Wilson High and Long Beach Polytechnic High. Police said she is being charged with a second-degree felony. "There will be increased patrols around all Long Beach high schools to ensure the safety of the students and staff".

A threat was written on the wall of a bathroom stall at Mainland High School.

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Both students, 15 and 16 years old, were arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats in what investigators believe are unrelated incidents, according to the Long Beach Police Department. "Making any kind of threat whether in person or online, is illegal and has serious consequences".

A national organization that tracks school threats says it's recorded about 50 a day on average since last week's deadly mass shooting in Florida, compared with about 10 a day on average.

The public is asked to follow the protocol of "See Something, Say Something" when witnessing or hearing suspicious activity.

Police said anyone with information may text "CRIMES" (274637) with a cellphone or log on to and click on Anonymous Web Tips.