14-Year-Old Arrested After Threat Made Against Mississauga High School
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested after allegedly making threats against a Mississauga high school.
Peel police say that, earlier this morning (Nov. 20), officers were made aware of a social media post that indicated a possible threat against St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School.
Police say School Resource Officers (SRO) subsequently arrested a teenage boy in relation to the threat.
Police say there is no danger to the school or surrounding community.
The investigation is continuing.
Updates to follow.
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