BOSTON (WHDH) - A person who walked into Boston College High School and made threats before fleeing has been arrested, state police said.
Officers responding to investigate a person at the 1,400-student Dorchester school just before noon began searching the area for the suspect.
The man had followed two delivery people into the back of the school and spent some time in the building before saying “[Expletive] this, I’m going to get my gun,” police said.
A trooper eventually took the suspect into custody near the Dorchester Yacht Club before handing them over to Boston police. He is facing charges of trespassing, disturbing the peace and making threats.
No additional information has been released.
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