Crime Stoppers offering reward for information on non-credible school threats
An incentive from Crime Stoppers hopes to put an end to non-credible school threats.
Law enforcement says, they respond to 2-3 threats a day, and just this past week threats were reported at Bonita Springs Middle and another at Lehigh Acres Middle.
Crime Stoppers want to get to the bottom of these non-sense threats.
“School threats are a very serious matter and withholding important information on them only enables and empowers the students who are responsible for these incidents,” said one member.
They are offering a reward for successfully reporting a non-credible threat that’s set at $3,000.
And they say parents can play a huge role in this as well, and the “See something, Say something” has been made a theme that’s been drilled into students since Parkland.