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October 31-- On Friday, October 25, 2019 an incident occurred at the Montgomery County High School that resulted in an unprovoked threat being made. The threat was not relayed to anyone or school officials until Tuesday, October 29, 2019.

The juvenile who made the comments was immediately located and suspended in accordance with school policy.

Upon notification of the incident, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office determined further investigation was warranted. Deputies interviewed witnesses, and as a result of the investigation, a Juvenile Complaint has been filed with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice for terroristic threats.

The juvenile did not have a weapon on campus nor in his possession that was found or located.

Sheriff Doug Maybin said, "Montgomery County School Superintendent Hugh Kight, Principal Scott Barrow, all school officials, and I would like to encourage anyone who hears or sees any type of threat to notify officials immediately. Notification can be made in person, by telephone or social media anytime, day or night. Working together will keep everyone safe at school and at home."