Saturday, December 22, 2012
The following information was supplied by White Lake Township Police. Arrests and charges do not indicate convictions.
According to White Lake Police, a group of students was responsible for Thursday's bomb threat at Lakeland Highland. A report filed with the department states that a group, all juveniles, discussed making a threat because they did not want to attend classes on Friday. A few members of the group actively participated in writing a threat on a bathroom wall, and then took photos and notified administration at Lakeland that they (the group) had found the threat. School Resource Officer John Kirken led an investigation and all of the students involved were expelled, the report states. Those in the group that actively participated in making the threat could face charges of making a terrorist threat - a 20 year felony - and police said the case …
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Threat on bathroom wall was investigated by district and the White Lake Police Department. Superintendent Jim Baker said the student responsible was found and suspended.
The following is a message to parents from Superintendent Jim Baker regarding an incident at Lakeland Thursday. Dear Parents/Guardians, Staff and Community Members – Late this afternoon a bomb threat was written on a bathroom wall at Lakeland High School. While the threat was very vague, it was taken seriously and an investigation was immediately started by our Administrative Team in conjunction with the White Lake Police Department. Through the use of video, a Lakeland High School student was identified as a suspect. Subsequently, the student confessed to writing the threat. He further stated that there was never any type of device and that he never intended to do any harm to the school, students or staff. The student has been suspended …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Samantha German, 17, plead guilty Wednesday to writing bomb threats on the wall of a bathroom at Walled Lake Northern. German faces jail time for pleading guilty to two counts of false report or threat of a bomb, a 4-year felony, for the May incidents.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The school, according to reports, received a threat at 10:30 a.m. today.
Updated 1 p.m. For the second time in a week, Walled Lake Northern High School has received a bomb threat. According to the Oakland Press, the school received the threat just before 10:30 a.m. this morning. In a letter home to parents, Principal Greg Diamond stated the threat was similar to one left last Thursday on a bathroom wall. The letter states: Dear Walled Lake Northern Parents and School Community, Unfortunately, I’m writing to let you know there was a second threat made today, similar to the one last week. Fortunately, with the assistance of the security cameras and a thorough investigation, the student, has been identified, confessed to both incidents and is in the custody of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department. As I …