A Lake City High School student was arrested Thursday morning for making threats to another student.
Another message said: "Blowing up this [expletive] 11-17-17".
It's unclear whether the pair are students at the school, White said.
Messages on a mirror said, "I'm going to shoot this s*** up" and "Don't come to school 11-17-17", deputies said.
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Detectives said the writing in the bathroom had distinct characteristics, and after acquiring some of the girl's school work for comparison determined it was distinctly similar. As the police report states, no specific threats were made to staff or students.
The teen, whom the Sentinel is not naming because she is a minor, faces a felony charge of threatening to throw, project, place or discharge a destructive device.
The girl, whose name has not been released, was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center.
Law enforcement from several agencies stormed the school with guns drawn. Students will not be off the hook for the missed day, as it will be rescheduled later in the year. No one else was injured. The student with the gun was arrested around 8:15 a.m.
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The Orange County Sheriff's Department has released a statement on the Windermere High lockdown that mentions a text message as the source of Wednesday's incident. Deputies searched the school but did not find anything suspicious.
"As patrol units arrived, they coordinated with the assigned School Resource Officer and other responding units to check every bathroom and hallways in the school for a possible suspect", explained Deputy Ingrid Tejada-Monforte, spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
"Recently, some schools have been disrupted by pranks about impending danger". "This is NO laughing matter. And we will get to the bottom of it".
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