NEW YORK MILLS- The Oneida County Sheriff's Office along with New York Mills School District investigated a possible threat and determined it was not credible.
According to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office, a student received a possible threatening Snapchat that prompted an investigation.
The Sheriff's Office interviewed everyone involved and determined the threat was not credible. Sheriff Rob Maciol said there will be extra patrols at the school on Monday to ensure safety of all students and faculty members.
There are Special Patrol Officers at the school on a daily basis.
The investigation is ongoing.
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