Student accused of threatening to shoot others
BAKER - Police arrested a Baker teen after they said she threatened to bring a gun to school and shoot several students.
Chief Mike Knaps with Baker Police said officers arrested the 16-year-old girl in suspicion of disturbing the peace and terrorizing.
Knaps said his officers were called out to Baker High School around 7:25 a.m. They said the teen told them she felt threatened by other students at the school, and told them she would bring a gun to the school and shoot them.
She was booked into the parish juvenile facility.
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