There is extra security on hand at the RHAM campus and elementary schools in Hebron Wednesday after police say a student was overheard making a threat against the school.
Connecticut State Police said the investigation began around 10 p.m. Tuesday after three witnesses reported hearing a male student at RHAM Middle School make the threat during lunch on Monday. Police did not specify what was said.
The student was issued a misdemeanor summons for second-degree threatening and breach of peace and released to the custody of his guardian.
State police will be on hand at schools around town as a precaution.