6th Grade Girl In Custody After Threatening Two Davie Schools, Police Say

Officials in Davie say they have taken a sixth-grade female student into custody after she allegedly made social media threats about "shooting up" two Broward County schools.

Over the weekend, Davie Police said the threats were made on Instagram toward Nova High School and Nova Middle School.

According to a police report, threatening message #1 allegedly stated "shooting up the school tm f**k Nova, all them teachers can die, that's why I got a gun to kill yall #novamiddleschool."

Threatening message #2 allegedly said "I don't give a f**k if you tell on me matter fact shooting up the school in 3rd period and 1st come in catch me motherfu**ers I'm shooting Mr. Harris class up 1st."

There were a total of 10 threatening messages posted to Instagram, according to the arrest report, including one that asked "WHO READY TO DIE?"

On Twitter early Monday morning, officials announced that the person involved had been caught.

The tweet went on to say that investigators do not believe there is any additional threats and students are safe to return to campus, adding that officers will be present.

Officials did not release any information about the threats, other than that the girl is being charged with making a false report of bombing/arson. 

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act makes it illegal to post threats against schools on social media.

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