SCHOOL LEADERS: Chapmanville Student Suspended after Making Threatening Comments

By: Jeremy Edwards Email
By: Jeremy Edwards Email

LOGAN COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Classes are back to normal at Chapmanville Regional High School after a lockdown was in place for much of Thursday morning.

School leaders tell WSAZ.com West Virginia State Police were called to the school after a student made threatening comments. Leaders are not saying what kind of comments were made.

After being interviewed by troopers, the student's parents were called and the teenager was sent home.

Officials say the student will be suspended.


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