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Moore Granny Accused Of Threatening Elementary Students

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Briarwood Elementary was locked down earlier this week after students say a grandma with a grudge threatened them. Briarwood Elementary was locked down earlier this week after students say a grandma with a grudge threatened them.
MOORE, Oklahoma -

A fight between a group of elementary school students may land a grandmother in trouble with the law.

Briarwood Elementary School was locked down earlier this week after students say a grandma with a grudge threatened them.

Four children reportedly told school administrators the  granny took the matter of bullying up a notch. She allegedly used profane language and threatened several 10-year-old boys in the school cafeteria.

Briarwood parents got a letter after the school was locked down Monday, which said in part, "A patron made a threatening gesture towards a couple of students."

One of the students who was allegedly threatened is Logan Mejia.

"We were walking by and she said our "A" words are hers then she made finger gestures and did that (slicing throat) to us and then we ran to the principal's office," Mejia said.

The principal reportedly questioned the boys independently and their storied stayed consistent. Dakota, 10, gave a handwritten sworn statement to school officials, which generated a detailed police report.

The granny in question refused an interview. Moore schools didn't return calls and request for interviews.

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