Police are investigating after a threat was made against Moore High School by a former student.
According to investigators, the 17-year-old former student verbally made a "violent and graphic threat...against [the] principal and a group of students", on Monday, to a teacher at the alternative program that the student attended. That student, now identified as Robert Dobbs, was arrested on Tuesday, but was later released on bond.
Moore Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Romines sent out a message regarding the incident just after 2 p.m. And an extra police presence was on campus on Wednesday.
Dobbs was later located and re-arrested at his grandparents' home. His bond was set at $50,000. Investigators say more charges could be filed.
Message To Moore High Students, Parents, and Guardians - pic.twitter.com/5Lopl9zuRt— Moore Public Schools (@MoorePublicSch) February 3, 2016
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