SONORA (CBS13) – Police have arrested a student in Sonora for allegedly making threats against other students at the school.

At approximately 12:24 p.m. Friday, the Sonora Police Department was told by Cassina High School administrators that a 17-year-old student had made threats to commit a shooting on campus, according to a Police Department statement.

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Police responded to the call, and following a preliminary investigation, arrested the suspect on suspicion of felony criminal threats.

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No weapons were found on the student during a search.

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The student’s motives for making the threats are not clear at this point, and we will not be releasing further details.