Student arrested for threatening comments toward Millsboro Middle School

MILLSBORO – Delaware State Police arrested a student after authorities discovered he made threatening comments toward Millsboro Middle School.

The incident occurred Monday, Feb 26 when school officials at Millsboro Middle School learned that a seventh grader, identified as 13-year-old Frank Bradley of Millsboro made threatening statements on a school assignment, state police spokesman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe said

The student was removed from the school for an evaluation.

Further investigation revealed that Bradley made concerning comments towards the school’s principal and a staff member.

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, Delaware State Police School Resource Officer was provided with information that Bradley had also made threatening comments directed towards the school, Cpl. Jaffe said.

On Thursday, March 1, Bradley was taken into custody at a residence in Newark without incident.  Bradley was charged with terroristic threatening, a felony.  He was arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 3 and released on $1,000 unsecured bond, Cpl. Jaffe said.

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