Police: Student finds threatening note at Phoenix school

Police say a scholar at a Phoenix school just lately discovered a handwritten note containing threats.

PHOENIX — Phoenix police are investigating a threatening note discovered by a scholar at a school close to 54th Street and Thomas Road. 

Police have been notified Wednesday morning of the scholar’s discovery at Archway Classical Academy Veritas elementary school and dispatched an officer to look at over the campus for the remainder of the day.

On Thursday, police mentioned two individuals had been detained because of the investigation. Their identities haven’t been launched.

The contents of the handwritten note have additionally not been disclosed.

This is a growing story and updates will likely be revealed as they change into accessible. 

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