OSAGE, Iowa – A juvenile has been charged in relation to a threat toward the Osage Community School District, Osage Police confirmed Monday.
Osage police said “there was a threat and the issue has been resolved at this point.”
No other information regarding the case will be released at this time, police said.
According to a post on the Osage Community School’s Facebook page, over the weekend school administration received information about a threat made by a student. They say a parent reported it.
School officials wrote that they contacted the Mitchell County Sheriff’s immediately, then the Osage Police Department investigated.
The school said that “consequences are forthcoming.”
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