Authorities determined there was no threat to students after a suspicious note was found at Freeman High School.
The Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call from administrators at Freeman School in Adams regarding a suspicious note last week.
An investigator and a school resource deputy investigated the incident and found there was no imminent threat to the school or students, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office.
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The note was found by a teacher on Nov. 25, but had been written more than two weeks earlier. The student who wrote the note was cited for disturbing the peace and turned back over to the school, where she was suspended.
The victim and her parent were notified and are not considered to currently be in danger.
Although the note was written two weeks earlier, it had remained in the student’s possession and was discovered by staff on an unrelated matter, the press release stated.