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Officials, police contend with rash of school threats
[Gloucester, MA]


March 20, 2001
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Officials, police contend with rash of school threats
[Gloucester, MA]

By John Ellement, Globe Staff
March 17, 2001, Saturday ,Third Edition
Copyright 2001 Globe Newspaper Company
The Boston Globe
March 17, 2001, Saturday ,Third Edition

(GLOUCESTER, Mass.) -- On Wednesday, it was a High School student allegedly threatening to commit a new Columbine. One day later, it was middle school girls getting threatening e-mails, reportedly from a 12-year-old Rockport boy.

And yesterday, a 10-year-old Gloucester boy allegedly shouted to classmates at Fuller Elementary School that he had access to guns and was "going to shoot the kids and blow them all away."

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[Gloucester, MA]





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