MOSES LAKE – A Moses Lake High School student allegedly threatened to shoot police officers following an altercation with school staff on Monday.
The 16-year-old girl reportedly threw an apple at school security and was taken to an administrator’s office. She was told to wait in the office but reportedly left and went to the cafeteria, according to Moses Lake police on Tuesday.
Moses Lake police school resource officers responded and the student allegedly started yelling at the officers and school staff.
She reportedly refused to cooperate with police and was arrested for disrupting a school facility.
The student allegedly struggled with police and threatened to shoot the officers during her arrest.
She was booked into the Grant County Juvenile Detention Center for:
- Attempted assault in the third degree
- Felony threats
- Disrupting a school facility
- Failing to obey a school administrator
- Failing to obey a school staff member
- Resisting arrest