Boston Police said this week that they conducted a “thorough investigation” into reports of alleged threats made by a student at Boston Collegiate Charter School in Dorchester in recent week— and have “found no evidence that the threat was credible.”
Parents at Boston Collegiate Charter School were informed of the BPD involvement on Tuesday in an email, which explained that an “incident that alluded to the school” happened two weeks ago.
“Both the police and the school found that there was no credible evidence supporting the threat,” read the letter from Jenna Ogundipe, the school’s
Chief Academic Officer. “The concern was resurfaced [Monday] night outside of school and police are once again investigating to ensure that there is no credible threat.
On Tuesday, Boston Police confirmed with the Reporter that there was” no evidence” that the threat was credible.