CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — There was extra police presence at Oscar Smith High School Wednesday due to a threat.
Chesapeake Police tell 10 On Your Side that someone made the threat on social media.
Chesapeake Public Schools spokeswoman Kellie Goral says there were recent unfounded social media posts. This post circulated on social media starting Tuesday night shows several guns, suggesting a threat.
Additional security and police were in place at the school to ensure the student safety, Goral says.
Chesapeake Police Spokesperson Kelly O’Sullivan, an 18-year-old and a juvenille, who do not attend Oscar Smith, walked into the school with students who were arriving for the day. The two then started a fight inside of the school.
O’Sullivan said the 18-year-old was served a summons for trespassing and disorderly conduct, and was released. The others involved, including some Oscar Smith students were juveniles and charges are pending.
The incident is currently under investigation.