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Monday, May 27, 2024

Sheriff responds to threat rumors at North Brunswick High School and Leland Middle School

Detectives believe the rumors to be unsubstantiated, but more deputies have been assigned to both schools as a precaution.

BSCO has assigned additional deputies to North Brunswick High School and Leland Middle School in response to rumors of threats circulating throughout the schools. (Port City Daily photo/Courtesy North Brunswick High School)
The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office has assigned additional deputies to North Brunswick High School and Leland Middle School in response to rumors of threats circulating throughout the schools. (Port City Daily photo | BRUNSWICK COUNTY SCHOOL)

BRUNSWICK COUNTY — The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office has assigned additional deputies to North Brunswick High School and Leland Middle School in response to threat rumors.

According to the press release, over the past week, School Resource Officers at both schools were alerted to rumors circulating throughout the schools regarding threats.

“Brunswick County Schools is aware of the rumors involving Leland Middle School and North Brunswick High School. As is protocol, with any rumors of this kind, BCS took immediate action and alerted School Resource Officers,”  Brunswick County Schools spokesman Daniel Seamans said.

Detectives with the Sheriff’s Office are investigating the rumors and believe them to be unsubstantiated, but Sheriff John Ingram has assigned additional deputies to both schools as a precaution.

“Student safety is always the priority. The situation is being investigated by the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office and we are working closely with them. There is not believed to be any danger to the students,” Seamans said.

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