WINONA, Minn. (AP) — Police in Winona have arrested a teenager who they say threatened to shoot up his school.
Officers responded to Winona Senior High School Wednesday morning after a student showed a Snapchat video to a school official of a 15-year-old boy making the threat.
The boy was also a student at the school. He was arrested at a local residence and taken to the Winona County Jail.
Police are recommending a charge of threatening violence.
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