UPDATE | October 25, 2018, 10AM
The Snoqualmie Police Department provide more details about the arrest of a student who made social media threats.
According to a SPD news release, several Mount Si High School students reported to the SVSD School Resource Officer they had seen some disturbing pictures and videos on Snapchat over the weekend that included an image of a 15-year-old male with a handgun, along with threatening statements that were of concern for student safety.
Police said the images were of a known acquaintance who had recently been expelled from Two Rivers High School for a drug-related arrest. Detectives went to several locations in North Bend and Snoqualmie looking for the subject. He was found just outside of Snoqualmie, but was not in possession of firearms.
The student was taken into custody without incident and booked into the King County Juvenile Detention Center on the felony charges. Detectives believe he acted alone and that there is no concern for student safety in relation to this incident.
On October 24, 2018 via press release the Snoqualmie Valley School District stated the Snoqualmie Police notified district officials that they had arrested a student who was recently expelled from Two Rivers School. The juvenile student is being held on a felony charge for making a threat on social media about harming a school.