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Threats to 2 Murrieta schools deemed not credible

Threats were made to two Murrieta high schools on the social media site Snapchat, but authorities say those threats are not believed to be credible.
In an email to parents, Murrieta Valley Unified School District officials wrote that a student at Vista Murrieta High School and a student at Murrieta Mesa High School both received Snapchat messages threatening violence toward their schools March 11. The email says that police have investigated the threats and determined them not credible.
The threats were apparently from an adult who was not connected with the school, or district, according to the email.
“All threats towards our schools, students and staff are taken seriously by the police department, and when probable cause exists, criminal charges will be filed against offenders,” wrote Lt. Mark Reid in a news release. “The police department works closely with the staff of every campus in our district on cases involving criminal acts on campus or potential violence toward a campus with the goal of creating a safe environment for all students, staff and visitors.”
Anyone with information was asked to contact Detective Jason Calvert at ( 951) 461-6359 .

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