ARVIN, Calif. - A student at Arvin High School was arrested Friday after posting a threat of violence on social media app Snapchat.
The threat, reported by a concerned student, showed a male teen displaying a rifle and threatening to harm students at Arvin High.
Officers identified a 15-year-old and conducted surveillance on the suspect's home. Around 7:10 a.m. police saw a vehicle leave the home with a juvenile matching the suspect description.
The juvenile was arrested and officers found the rifle shown in the post during a search of his home.
The rifle was determined to be a pellet gun.
The suspect was booked for making terrorist threats toward the school.
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