A student has been arrested at a Calcasieu Parish school for making a threat two days after another student was arrested on the same charge.
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office was notified Tuesday morning in reference to a possible threat from a student that attends Moss Bluff Middle School.
During the initial investigation the school resource officer was advised by school personnel that students had informed them a 13-year-old girl's biography on her social media account stated, "I'll be the next school shooter," along with an emoji of a handgun, according to a spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office.
The girl advised detectives she had updated her biography about a month ago.
She was arrested and booked into the Juvenile Detention Center on a terrorizing charge.
On Sunday, deputies arrested a 12-year-old boy for making threats at his school, Moss Bluff Middle School, on Friday, a spokesperson said.
Several students told detectives they heard the boy making threats, so detectives talked to him. When detectives spoke with the boy he admitted saying that he was going to be the next school shooter to other kids at lunch.
The boy was arrested and booked into the Juvenile Detention Center on a charge of terrorizing.