Student Who Sent Threatening Note Turns Self In

Student Who Sent Threatening Note Turns Self In

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UPDATEAccording to KSL Newsradio, the person behind a note threatening students at Canyon View High School has apparently surrendered to the principal.

Iron County School District Director of Secondary Education Paul Maggio says the student "will be dealt with."

CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -- Police are investigating a note conveying death threats against six Canyon View High School students and an administrator and threatening to destroy the school.

The note indicated the threats were to be carried out by March 30.

Police Detective Mike Bleak said it was not known whether the note was legitimate, but, 'We have to investigate it as if it's the real deal," he said.

School resource officer Jared Brown he will be checking with teachers to see if any recognize the handwriting.

"You don't know how serious all the notes are, but we're taking all the steps we can to ensure safety to the school and the students," Brown said.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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