Student removed, but no threat made to Bruceville-Eddy High School: Superintendent

Posted at 12:15 PM, Dec 15, 2021

BRUCEVILLE-EDDY, Texas — Concern over a potential threat at Bruceville-Eddy High School resulted in a student being removed, but an investigation later determined no threats were actually made to the campus, according to officials.

In the statement released via Facebook, Bruceville-Eddy ISD Superintendent Richard Kilgore said the possible threat revolved around the student "making a list of people they get along with, people they would rather not be around and people they tolerate."

Kilgore said the campus was never on lockdown, no one was arrested, no weapon or ammunition were found at the school, and the student was removed during the investigation.

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Bruceville-Eddy ISD Superintendent Richard Kilgore released this statement via Facebook on Wednesday afternoon.

Earlier, the district acknowledged there was a “rumor of a threat” at the high school.

Officials also said Bruceville-Eddy ISD and Bruceville-Eddy police were investigating.