Two former Massapequa High School students were charged with writing threats directed toward their alma mater on Facebook, according to Nassau County Police.
Detectives said a concerned parent discovered threatening comments on Facebook from two former students and called one of the school's deans.
The district immediately reported the incident to Nassau Police, who charged former students Richard Delpesce, 17, of Seaford, and Corinne Terris, 19, of Massapequa, cops said.
The two surrendered late Wednesday and were each charged with making a terroristic threat. Terris was additionally charged with fourth-degree criminal solicitation. They will be arraigned Thursday at First District Court in Hempstead.
Cops said no students were in any danger at any time during the incident.
In a statement, Massapequa Schools said they are continuing to "monitor the situation and maintain all necessary safety and security protocols."
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