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Police: 2nd teen arrested for threat against Sterling Heights school

Charles E. Ramirez
The Detroit News

Sterling Heights — A second teen has been arrested in as many days for allegedly making threats via social media to shoot up a school, police said.

The 14-year-old Sterling Heights girl is a student at Davis Junior High School and the threat she made was never valid at any time, they said.

Police announced her arrest about a day after officers took into a custody a 13-year-old Hamtramck boy for threatening to shoot up multiple Sterling Heights schools.

Officials said Wednesday said they were investigating a copycat who made a similar threat against Davis Junior High School.

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"The police department's Investigations Bureau continues to invest this case diligently to bring any and all suspects involved in these incidents to justice," officials said in a statement.