Police say Alvirne student had 'hit list'
Police responded to the Hudson high school shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday, after school officials and police received reports that the male student — whose name wasn’t released — had threatened several of his classmates, according to a written statement by Police Chief Jason Lavoie.
“They are all aware of the situation,” Avery said Thursday.
Hudson School Superintendent Bryan Lane said a student showed one of his teachers “a series of concerning text messages” he’d received on his phone from the alleged threatener.
Lane said no weapons were found during a search of the entire school building and grounds and there was “absolutely no incidents or evidence of physical violence.”
Avery said additional charges may be forthcoming.
School administrators have met with the student and his parents; Lane said the plan right now would be to “follow normal disciplinary procedures.”
Parents of all Alvirne High School students have been notified of the incident via an email, Lane said.
“I feel for everybody involved in this and I’m just so glad things were resolved,” she said.