Three Rivers Community Schools closed after police receive tips about threat
THREE RIVERS, Mich. – Students who attend Three Rivers Community Schools aren’t attending school Friday after police received three separate tips about threats to the school.
In a Facebook post, the school said three seemingly unrelated tips were reported through Ok2Say anonymously Thursday afternoon.
One of the tips led to a Three Rivers High School student being questioned by police. That student was released to their parents later on.
According to the school district, the other two tips were vague but were taken seriously.
“As a result, we are closing school on Friday, March 9th. Three Rivers School administration will continue to work closely with the Three Rivers Police Department to ensure the continued safety of our students and staff,” said Rob Kuhlman, Interim Superintendent of TRCS.
There is no word on any arrests or additional information.