Jacksonville - Clay County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a 9th grade Oakleaf High School student for social media threats she made against the school.
According to the police report, 15-year-old Alexandria Summerset first made threats Wednesday night, alleging there would be a shooting at the school. Thursday night another message was posted online warning students not to go to school under the threat of violence.
According to a press release from the Sheriff’s Office, investigators were led to Summerset’s home after a series of text messages she sent Thursday night.
Members of the the Cyber Crimes and Juvenile Crime Unit spoke with Summerset, her parents, grandmother and siblings. Through the investigation Deputies were able link the threats with the teen and arrest them.
Summerset was arrested and taken to Middleburg Operations Center for Juvenile Processing. She faces two felony charges including, False report/ use firearms in a violent manner and written threats to kill or do bodily harm. Summerset also faces one misdemeanor of Disruption or Interfering with School.
Clay County School District, released a statement on the arrest confirming the teen, is a 9th grader who attends Oak Leaf. The teen will face disciplinary action from the school board.
Thursday, 40 percent of students at Oakleaf High School were absent following the social shooting media threats.
Clay County Superintendent Addison Davis says the district has received at least a dozen threats this school year.