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    Two More Students Arrested For Social Media Threats Against Schools In Oxnard

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    DATE: December 15, 2021

    SUBJECT: Two more students arrested for social media threats against schools in Oxnard

    CONTACT: Oxnard Police Department Commander Luis McArthur (805) 207-4762 | [email protected]

    Police, in collaboration with the Oxnard Union High School District (OUHSD) have continued investigating the social media posts threatening shootings against Oxnard area high schools since last week. An additional 14-year-old freshman at Oxnard High School has been arrested in connection with last weeks’ post on social media threatening a shooting against the school. The student admitted he made the threat as a joke. 

    In a separate incident, a 17-year-old 11th grade student at Hueneme High School was arrested following a social media threat circulating last week of a shooting planned at Hueneme High School for today, which the student admitted was done as a joke and there was never a real threat to the school. 

    These arrests come in the wake of two other 16-year-old students that were arrested last week for threatening a shooting at lunchtime at Pacifica High School as a joke and a 14-year-old that was also arrested for making threats of a shooting at Oxnard High School.

    The teens face charges of making criminal threats of violence to a school campus and are facing expulsion.

    The safety of all students and campus staff will always be a top priority and the Oxnard Police Department takes every threat seriously.


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