Social media post about Fairfield HS not a ‘credible threat,’ police say

Social media post about Fairfield HS not a ‘credible threat,’ police say
A social media threat was investigated at Fairfield High School. (Source: WXIX)

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - After investigating, police said that there was “no credible threat” found to the Fairfield City School District after a social media post was shared Tuesday morning.

The threat circulated social media and was said to take place Friday, Feb. 15.

Police said the initial post originated from outside the U.S., most likely in Europe. They also said the message was re-posted by a Fairfield student and they “do not believe that the student is in any way associated with the person who authored the original message.”

No credible threat was found to Fairfield High School.
No credible threat was found to Fairfield High School.

The district said they took action immediately to ensure the safety of everyone on campus and added extra security for the entire week.

“Regardless, our commitment to the safety and security of our community is paramount,” the district said.

Anyone with information regarding the threat is asked to contact the police department at 513-896-8200.

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