Goodyear police look into reported threat at elementary school
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Estrella Mountain Elementary School families were sent a notice advising about a possible threat against the Goodyear school Tuesday afternoon.
Goodyear police responded to the call and determined the threat was not credible and that no students and faculty were in danger, officials said.
A female student was found to have written a list of students she didn't like, which initially was reported as a "hit list'' threat, said Lisa Kutis, a Goodyear Police Department spokeswoman.
Additionally, a 14-year-old boy initially thought to... read more
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