Fishers Police Dept. arrests teen after school threat on Snapchat


On May 14, Fishers Police Dept. arrested a 15-year-old male as a result of an investigation that began when a threat was made against Fishers Junior High School on Snapchat. FPD officers and detectives executed a search warrant at a residence in the 12200 Block of Weathered Edge Drive near 126th Street and Brooks School Road and seized several electronic items. They took the juvenile into custody and transported him to the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center.

The juvenile was charged with Intimidation, a Level 6 Felony; Disorderly Conduct-Disruption of an Institution, an “A” Misdemeanor; Resisting Law Enforcement, an “A” Misdemeanor and Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, an “A” Misdemeanor.

The police were made aware of the threat May 12. The juvenile’s name was not released as he is a minor.

FPD encourages those with information regarding the case to contact Det. Tracy Jones at 317-595-3417.