LeRoy Student Threatens to Shoot Another Student
Written by Dan Fischer on March 8, 2018
News Release: Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
The Genesee County Sheriffs Office responded yesterday afternoon to a report from the LeRoy Junior-Senior High School, 9300 South Street Road in the Town LeRoy that a student had threatened to shoot another student. Upon the arrival of Sheriffs Deputies, it was learned from School Officials that a 16 year-old male student had been involved in a confrontation with several students in a hallway and the threats were made. No weapons were displayed and no injuries occurred.
The 16 year-old male resident of the Town of Stafford was subsequently charged with Making a Terroristic Threat, a class D Felony. Arraigned before Town of LeRoy Justice John Duyssen, the defendant was remanded to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail to await further court proceedings.
The Sheriffs Office commends the School’s Administration and staff for their quick notification and assistance during this investigation and reminds citizens that we have a “no tolerance policy” for any violence or threats of violence directed at anyone in school or about school.