Student facing charges after making threat at Edinburg school
EDINBURG – A student accused of making a threat to an Edinburg high school is now facing charges.
It happened at Robert Vela High School on Friday, prompting a lockdown. Details of the threat are unknown.
CHANNEL 5 NEWS is told the student who is charged did not have any weapons.
Details on the charges the student is facing cannot be released due to them being a minor.
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