Police Say Threat Against Lexington High School Isn't Credible

There will be a greater police presence at Henry Clay High School today. Yesterday a student was arrested for bringing a loaded gun to school. He told Principal Paul Little Jr it was for his own protection in his neighborhood and he never planned on hurting anyone at school. Little said he believed the student but there is a zero tolerance policy for bringing firearms on campus. Then a threat against the school on social media began to circulate.

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