Steele Canyon HS students ‘safe to attend school’ after social media threat

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SPRING VALLEY, Calif. – Police arrested a 14-year-old Thursday after he allegedly made a threat on social media against a Steele Canyon High School student.

The student posted a picture of himself holding a gun with the caption “Don’t come to school tomorrow” and "F*** Steele Canyon" on Snapchat.

The student was arrested Thursday evening and police confiscated the BB gun.

The teen admitted to posting the picture on social media and said no other students were involved, police said.

An assembly planned for Friday was canceled to address concerns from parents and students, school officials tweeted. Sheriff's deputies were also conducting extra patrols around the school.

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