KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Henley High School is offering a $500 reward today after a pair of threats brought the Klamath County Sheriff's Office to the school. One perpetrator has not yet been discovered.
The high school remained open today and will stay open on Friday. Law enforcement and school officials found that the first threat stemmed from an innapropriate joke made by one student, referring to a threat against the school. The school and law enforcement are determining discipline for this student.
The second incident arose when a threat was found written on a bathroom wall. Klamath County Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate this threat. Henley High School have offered the $500 reward for information leading to the individual's arrest.
School Resource Officers and the Sheriff's Office will continue to have an increased presence at the high school until safety has been assured and the perpetrator of the second threat has been identified.
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