The latest: Suspect Arrested in indian Trail Threat; School Reopens

Update 2/2/18 6 AM:

School will be open today (Fri 2/2/18) at Indian Trail High School a day after threats canceled classes. A 17 year old has been arrested in connection with the threats made on social media against the school. A second 17 year old is also being questioned. The suspect is reportedly a former student at the school who now lives in Milwaukee. Police do not believe an attack was going to be carried out. Investigators say that once their work is complete charges will be filed with the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office. It’s still unclear what those charges may be. The threat was first discovered on Snap Chat late Wednesday night and KUSD officials decided to cancel school while officers sought out the suspect. Milwaukee police also helped with the search.

Original Story:

A 17 year old has been arrested in connection with the threats made against Indian Trail High School. A second 17 year old is also being questioned. Police do not believe an attack was going to be carried out. Indian Trail will be open tomorrow, Friday (2/2/18) as normal.

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