WGRZ-TV Channel 2 News is reporting that some students in the Cuba-Rushford School District in Allegany County have been arrested in connection with an alleged threat that prompted a lockdown of the high school on Jan. 27.
WGRZ reporter Erica Brecher tweeted Friday evening that the Cuba Police Department had confirmed to her that two of three students involved in the alleged threat had been arrested.
NEW: Cuba PD confirms 2 of 3 students involved arrested. 2 charged w/ making terroristic threat, 1 ALSO charged w/ weapon possession @WGRZ
— Erica Brecher (@EricaBrecher) February 4, 2017
The Buffalo News is seeking to confirm the reports.
A message on the school district's website advised parents of an informational session at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the middle school/high school library at which Superintendent Carlos Gildemeister planned to review with parents the circumstances that led to the lockdown and what steps the district planned to take moving forward.