Two Arrested in Mundelein Social Media Threat

(Mundelein, IL) A social media threat against the Mundelein High School has resulted in a pair of arrests. The post was brought to police attention on Saturday by several people who saw it on SnapChat. The post warned students not to go to school on Monday, and showed a hand holding a gun. Police investigated the threat and made the arrests on Sunday. 18-year-old Juan Bello has been charged with disorderly conduct, while the second suspect was referred to juvenile court. Police say both suspects admitted to the incident, and said it was poor decision making on their part. The gun from the post was found…it was determined to be a fake. The online threat prompted tighter security at the school on Monday.



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