NAPLES, Fla. — An investigation led to the arrest of a student at East Naples Middle School on Tuesday after it was reported that a threat of violence had been made against the campus.
According to the statutes of the state of Florida, the student is being charged with a felony of the second degree for making written threats to kill or cause bodily harm, or to conduct a mass shooting or an act of terrorism.
On Monday, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office notified parents and guardians of a “concerning” social media post that made reference to East Naples Middle School.
On Tuesday, there was an increased law enforcement presence at East Naples Middle School to further ensure students’ safety.
Anyone who notices anything odd or suspicious is urged to phone 911 or get in touch with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office by calling 239-252-9300.