Student With “Must Kill” List Removed from East Hills Middle School in Bloomfield Hills
(Bloomfield Township Police Department, Oct. 13, 2022)
Bloomfield Hills, MI – On October 12, 2022, the Bloomfield Township Police Department was made aware of a threatening comment from a student at East Hills Middle School, 2800 Kensington Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
The comments were heard by another student who reported it to school officials. The Bloomfield Township Police Department conducted a thorough threat assessment including a home visit of the student’s residence last night.
As part of this investigation a list was discovered which included names of current students with the words “safe”, “annoying”, or “must kill” next to each of them. No weapons were found during a search of the residence.
The student was immediately removed from the school. Bloomfield Township Police School Liaison Officers determined there is no immediate threat. All parties, including the student’s family are cooperating in this continued investigation. The parents of all students on this list were notified by Bloomfield Township Police School Liaison Officers. This case will be presented to the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office for review once it is complete. The Bloomfield Township Police Department and the Bloomfield Hills School District takes all threats seriously and we will continue to vigorously investigate all reports
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