For the second time this month, there will be an increased police presence at Wayne High School on Friday because of a threatening message written in a school restroom.
Huber Heights City Schools administration is actively investigating the threat, district officials stated in a message on the city schools web page.
"HHCS is cooperating with the Huber Heights Police Department to further investigate the matter."
On Oct. 11, there was an increased police presence at the school after a post on social media threatening a shooting at a “WHS.”
District officials investigated and determined the post was not a credible threat to students.
The district did not believe whoever posted the threat was a Wayne student or that the person posted a threat to students, a district official said.
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