Three middle school students who allegedly planned to attack their middle school in upstate New York have been charged, officials said.
The alleged threat was at Albion Middle School in Albion, which is about 35 miles west of Rochester.
The threat was reported to a middle school staff member late Monday afternoon, according to Albion police.
Three students, who allegedly communicated through the messaging app Discord, had set a date to plan to kill or injure students with explosives and guns, police said.
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Police described the threat as credible, but not imminent. Authorities did not disclose the date the students had allegedly set.