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By Douglas Sciorra

WLEA: Update On Last Friday’s Alleged Threat Against Hornell High

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June 17, 2022

HORNELL, NY – Wlea News has learned more about last Friday’s alleged threat that caused some concern at Hornell High School. Police Chief Ted Murray says, it started with conversations on the Snapchat site.

The 14 year old boy, who is originally from the Hornell area and then moved to Seneca County, that 14 year old is accused of threatening another Hornell boy on Snapchat. But Police Chief Murray says, right now it’s a he-said-he-said situation, and it’s unclear as to whether any charges will be filed.

Murray also says, Hornell Police have to take it very seriously when a student is reportedly threatened, and the police chief says, that all such reports are thoroughly investigated, with the help of the Hornell School District.

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