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Arrest Made In Bayport-Blue Point HS Weapons Threat

Police charge Patchogue teen with making a false report that resulted in locking down both the high school and nearby elementary school.

Suffolk County Police have arrested a Patchogue teenager for making a false report that resulted in Bayport-Blue Point school officials locking down the high school and nearby Academy Elementary this week to conduct a weapons search.

According to Suffolk Police, Michael Rodriguez, 17, was arrested November 19 and is charged for making a false report in the third degree. Police say Rodriguez called 911 and falsely reported an emergency at the high school.

School officials stated Monday they ordered the lockdown at about 12:30 p.m. Monday after receiving a report of a weapon in the building.

Suffolk Police searched students' bags and lockers, according to the district. No weapon was found and schools were dismissed on schedule after the two-hour search effort was completed.

An inquiry on Wednesday to district officials regarding the arrest was not immediately returned as the district was closed half day for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Patch will continue to update this story as more information is provided.

Minx McCloud November 21, 2012 at 09:19 PM
Stupid kid. Are they really THAT bored that they have to make this crap up and waste the time of the police and school personnel, as well as the taxpayers money? Give him some community service; that will give him something constructive to do.

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