HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Police have made several arrests in connection with alleged threats against Oahu schools in recent days.
A Criminal Investigation Division bulletin released Wednesday indicated that police arrested three juvenile females in connection with a threat written on a restroom wall at a school. CID said the threat occurred at Washington Middle School on March 4.
The females were charged with disorderly conduct and criminal property damage in the fourth degree.
A spokesperson for the Honolulu Police Department also said Wednesday that police said a juvenile was arrested in connection with graffiti threats made at a Honolulu middle school last week Friday. Police, however, did not specify which school.
On Monday, the Department of Education also sent letters home to parents at King Intermediate School alerting them to an apparent threat made on campus. The middle school threats occurred on the same day as threats to two Oahu high schools. Last week Friday, Castle and Campbell High Schools each reported discovering threats to shoot people on campus.
At Castle High in Kaneohe, graffiti found on the door of a bathroom stall stated that the writer had a gun and hated the school. A threatening note was also found at Campbell in Ewa stating that a group of four people had "15 rounds and one in the chamber".
No arrests have been made in connection with the high school threats.
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