Moraga police Wednesday confirmed reports of an investigation into alleged threats made by "several students" at Joaquin Moraga Intermediate last week.
Lt. Jeff Price and Chief Robert Priebe said that officers were dispatched to the school on Wednesday, March 7 and that a joint investigation into what one parent described as "serious threats" made by at least one JM student, a sixth grader, is being conducted by school officials and police.
A woman describing herself as a parent with a child at the school said the threats were specific and directed at other students and a teacher. The woman declined to give her name.
Price would not discuss specifics of the investigation and said that the results would be forwarded to the Juvenile Probation Department for review and action, if warranted.
No arrests were made, Price said, and no weapons were found in connection with the police investigation.