Police Returning With Kids To Stuttgart School After Threats

STUTTGART, AR (Ben Caxton) — Now Stuttgart, Arkansas schools have received anonymous threats. That according to a voice mail message sent from Superintendent, Dr. Rick Gales. Gales said that several administrators in the Stuttgart and Dewitt School District received an email with a threat against the schools. Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are investigating. But as a precaution police will be present in and around all of the schools as the students return to school from the President’s Day Holiday. In Desoto County, Mississippi, social media threats led to the arrest of two juveniles Saturday. Officials there became aware of the threats Friday after social media posts started to spread online. One singled out alleged bullies and said there’s no turning back, the other showed a rifle and talked about the KKK rising again as white brothers and sisters burn down brown houses.


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