On Tuesday, a North Carolina teacher was threatened to "shoot up" a primary school where she had worked, the authorities said.
Kristen Thompson abruptly set up Friday from Pathways Elementary School in Hillsborough, said Orange County Sheriff's Office in a new release.
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"This situation is handled by law enforcement with the security of our students and school staff as our main concern. , "the authorities said.
Thompson's co-teachers claim to have heard her do "threats to shoot up in school" and warned law enforcement, the release said.
"They always say if you see something say something, if you hear something," Department spokeswoman Alicia Stemper told WNCN television.
Thompson's name was not shown on the school's website Tuesday, but an archived version showed that she was working with children in the special education program.
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"She's around the kids all the time. So I think it's scary for a teacher because a teacher says they do things than it would be someone outside," told James George, a parent of groundbreaking primary schools, the station.
Thompson was accused of "communicating a threat of violence" and received a $ 1,000 bond, police said. She will be due in court on June 14.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.