COLUMBUS, Wis. - A student from Columbus High School was arrested and accused of making a threat against the school.
Officials with the Columbia County Sheriff's Department said that at least one person was arrested Friday after a threat.
In two emails from the Columbus School District, Superintendent Annette Deuman said that a student made a threat Friday afternoon for a date in March, and was arrested. Deuman wrote that students or staff were not in danger at any point in time.
Columbus police and the Columbus School District are both investigating the incident.
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