Increased Police Presence At Towson High School Due To Shooting Threat
TOWSON - Towson High School principal Charlene DiMino sent a letter to parents Friday night saying that a threat was emailed to "several members of the Towson High School community."
In the letter, DiMino said that the threat's credibility could not be verified, but Towson High School was taking every necessary precaution to ensure student safety.
WBAL NewsRadio reports that Baltimore Police described the threat as stating "a shooting was going to occur."
Officers believe the threat's credibility is low at this time, and the investigation remains ongoing.