ABQ student suspended for threats

ABQ student suspended for threatening students

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A sixth grader in Albuquerque has been suspended for what is being called serious threats to students.

It happened this morning at LBJ Middle School in northwest Albuquerque.

In a letter to parents, the principal says the boy made threatening comments to some students and threatened to bring weapons to school.

He says the incident is being taken very seriously and that it has been reported to APS police.

School officials say the student and his parents are cooperating with the investigation.

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