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BREAKING NEWS: KISD takes telephone threat seriously, results in arrest

Working the Kerrville Police Department, the San Antonio Police Department arrests a suspect.

Kerrville Independent School District said it received a phone call on Monday threatening violence against the district's schools. In an email to parents, Superintendent Mark Foust said the district took the threat seriously and immediately alerted the Kerrville Police Department.

From there, Kerrville Police were able to trace the call back to San Antonio and worked with the San Antonio Police Department to obtain a warrant on Tuesday. San Antonio police arrested an "individual," but the district did not share details of the suspect.

"We take any threat to the safety of our children or our schools very seriously and will prosecute a threat to the full extent of the law," Foust said in his email. "This summer, we are actively assessing our safety protocols for our schools and considering additional mitigations for our district facilities."

Foust said in the email that the suspect is barred from entering KISD property.


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