Three students taken into custody for threats against school
This morning at 6:30 am, Mountain View Police Department contacted MVHS administration and informed them of potential threats to the safety of MVHS students. According to Principal David Grissom, a parent of a student contacted the police last night to inform them that a student had made possible threats against the school on social media. At the time when administration was informed of the situation, the police placed three students in custody and searched their houses. According to the police summary released by MVPD, the students were "detained, interviewed and subsequently arrested." The report said that they violated penal codes (PC) 442, making threats, and PC 182, conspiring to commit a crime. The students involved are now facing felony charges. According to Grissom, MVPD did not find anything Read More