UPDATE | Threats under investigation at two Charleston schools

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – UPDATE 10/9/19 @ 2:45 p.m.
Threats to two Kanawha County schools are being investigated Wednesday afternoon.

Kanawha County Schools and the Charleston Police Department confirmed Tuesday that a threat had been made at Stonewall Jackson Middle School. (MGN Online)

According to a release from the Charleston Police Department, there were threats made on social media sites regarding Stonewall Jackson Middle School and Capital High School.

Neither threat seems credible to police, but there will be additional enforcement at both schools as a precaution.

A statement was sent out by the Kanawha County Board of Education Wednesday morning to Capital High School parents informing them on the rumored threat and stated they were working with school administrators and law enforcement to determine the source of the rumors.

ORIGINAL STORY 10/8/19 @ 10:45 p.m.
Educators and police are both aware of a threat made at Stonewall Jackson Middle School.

Kanawha County Schools and the Charleston Police Department confirmed Tuesday that a threat had been made there. They didn't reveal the nature of the threat.

A message went out to parents and educators, saying there will be school as usual on Wednesday.

Extra police will be at the school as a precaution.