A Bennington middle school student was arrested and removed from school for threatening to shoot a teacher.
"The Bennington Police Department said there was never a threat to public safety, because the student did not have access to firearms. "I know for a fact that she did not have any access to firearms," police assistant chief Lt. Camillo Grande said. "I do not believe that the school was at risk." The student was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of criminal threatening and removed from the middle school on Tuesday. The case, Grande said, has been forwarded to the local state's attorney's office, which will handle its prosecution in Bennington Superior family court. The student's name wasn't released because she is a minor.
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