The Livingston County Sheriff's Office said an incident between students at Chillicothe High School led to a threat involving a pocket knife.
According to a news release from Sheriff Steve Cox, the department responded to the school on April 30.
The release said a student at the school was allegedly being harassed by one or more students when they reportedly pulled out a pocket knife and threatened a classmate.
Nobody was injured.
Cox said the school resource officer met with the student, parents and other authorities about the incident. According to the release, the school will handle administrative issues while the case has been turned over to the juvenile office for consideration of charges.
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