Arrest Made in Threats Against Florida School

Senior confesses to involvement, said threats were a prank, but police treat it otherwise


Mosley Principal Bill Husfelt said his staff works to keep the kids safe, but that does not mean they worry about it.

"We talk about it, but we don't worry about it," Husfelt said. "If you had to put a grand scheme of things to worry about, I worry more about a kid getting hurt playing a sport, crossing the street or in a car accident."

Husfelt and Haley said they get a lot of help from students when dangerous threats or rumors come up.

"Over the years here we have had a lot of kids tell us something, and 99 percent of the time there's not much to it," Husfelt said.

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