Shocking Student Uses Identity Theft to Send Threats of Mass Shooting!

Shocking: Student Uses Identity Theft to Send Threats of Mass Shooting!

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.  — On Thursday, an arrest was made in connection with a threat that was made against a school, which put the Palm Beach County School system as well as many other counties on high alert.

Catrina Petit, who was 18 years old at the time, was accused of making threats to open fire at a school. On Friday, officers of the Coral Springs Police Department detained and arrested her.

According to the records of the Coral Springs Police Department, Petit attended Taravella High School as a high school student.

She used the identity of another student as well as their computer access to send out the threat.

According to the Coral Police Department, the threat was then uploaded on social media, which raised worry among several other school districts in the area.

CBS12 News reported on Thursday that the Palm Beach County School District had been placed on high alert after the receipt of a threat made over social media against an unidentified school.

According to the Palm Beach County School system, an investigation into the threat was conducted, and the results of the investigation revealed that there was no danger to the school system.

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