Police: Teen student arrested for terror threats against Linden High School students

Linden police say a 15-year-old student was arrested for terror threats against other Linden High School students. 



Shortly after 8 p.m. Wednesday, police received reports of a picture on social media showing a boy holding what appeared to be a handgun. 



The boy warned students, "Don't go to school tomorrow."



The teen has been charged and released to his parents.



Police say there is no credible threat.



Classes will go on as scheduled Thursday with extra security as a precaution.


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