MATTHEWS, NC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Authorities are considering charges against a Texas juvenile student for leaving a threatening voice message over the holiday weekend on the phone system at Matthews Elementary School.
Mathews Police say Mathews Penny Elementary School Principal Beth Crisp notified them of the threat over the holiday weekend. The department began an investigation and soon learned that the call came from a student who lived in Springfield, Texas. The town is outside of Corpus Christi.
Officials say the juvenile attempted to initiate a threat aimed at a student who actually attends a Union County school, not Matthews.
Springfield, Texas, officials contacted and interviewed the juvenile caller. Union County School Administration has also been made aware of an incident involving one of their students.
During the investigation, police say the caller could not back up the threat. CMS, MPD and Texas Juvenile Justice will work together to ensure that the caller is held accountable for this incident.
A Texas student left a threatening voicemail for the wrong student
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