Thursday, February 22, 2018

Student Charged with Terroristic Threats at Hill Campus | Columbia Borough Police Department

On Thursday, 2/22/18 at approximately 0824 hours, Columbia Police Department School Resource Officer Troy Engle was notified by Columbia Middle School (Hill Campus) staff of a threats incident that just occurred at the Columbia Middle/High School Hill Campus.  Officer Engle received a report that a 14 year old male 8th grade Columbia Middle School student threatened to commit an act of violence at the Columbia School District Hill Campus.  The student was taken into police custody and removed from the school. 
Columbia Police consulted with the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, the Lancaster County Office of Juvenile Probation, and the student's parents.  The student will be charged with Terroristic Threats.  The student was released to the custody of his parents.  The investigation has not shown any signs that the student took steps towards acting on the threat, and the threat was not directed at any particular person or persons.  Additionally, the student was not in possession of any weapons.  The investigation into this threat continues.  The Columbia Police Department would like to encourage anyone with information related to threats of violence to contact the Columbia Police Department at 717-684-7735.   
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Anonymous said...

Whats going on with Columbia number one cop, Mayor Lutz divorce was in lnp , his wife and him still live together and go to church together,is this more back door stuff like is going on in the borough????????

Joe Lintner said...

At a recent meeting, the mayor said that was a different Leo Lutz.