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Milford Beacon
  • Milford High School student arrested after threatening classmate

  • A 17-year-old Milford High School student was arrested April 30 after a police investigation revealed he was allegedly in possession of a pocket knife while threatening another student.
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  • A 17-year-old Milford High School student was arrested April 30 after a police investigation revealed he was allegedly in possession of a pocket knife while threatening another student.
    The school’s resource officer and Dean of Students were notified of an incident during which the 17-year-old suspect allegedly verbally threatened another student, according to Milford Police Department spokesman Cpl. Robert Masten.
    Masten said the suspect allegedly threatened to use a weapon, and after the suspect was taken into custody by the resource officer and the dean of students, he was found to be in possession of a pocket knife.
    Police also confirmed the same suspect was allegedly in possession of drug paraphernalia on a bus in early April, Masten said.
    The student was charged with carrying a concealed deadly weapon, carrying a concealed deadly weapon in a safe school zone, terroristic threatening and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    The teen suspect was arraigned at Kent County Family Court, released on a $2,000 unsecured bond and issued a no-contact order with the victim.

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