BOSTON – the Immigration officials held a Boston high school student, accused of threatening to “shoot up” the school.
The authorities say that the 19-year-old threats against East Boston high School. The officials of the School refused to work, but an automatic call is sent to the families, he says, “verbal threats of violence” in the direction of members of the school community.
A spokesman for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office says the Boston police arrested the student on Wednesday and charged him with threatening to do bodily harm. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement then arrested the student on Friday, saying that the El Salvador native, illegally introduced in the US. in 2015.
Daniel O’brien, spokesman for Boston Public Schools, says he was aware of the student being detained by the ICE. He says ICE officers are never in the school.