A Fort Collins high school student was removed from Rocky Mountain High School Friday (September 20) after reportedly making threats against the school.

Fort Collins Police posted a video to their Facebook page on Friday explaining the situation. Police said a school resource officer heard of a student threatening violence.

After searching the student and investigating the incident, authorities said they found no weapons or access to weapons by the student.

The suspect was cited for interference with an educational institution, which is a Class 1 misdemeanor. Because the suspect is a juvenile, authorities are not releasing their name.

In an email sent to parents, Principal Craig Woodall said the child has been removed and disciplined.

Source: Fort Collins Police Facebook Page and The Coloradoan