Police have arrested a teen who they say made a social media bomb threat to a Miami-Dade school Monday morning.
The 18-year-old suspect, identified as Kenly Serge Dorvil, is accused of making the threat to William H. Turner Technical Arts High School on Northwest 19th Avenue, Miami-Dade Public Schools Police officials said.
Police said the teen was upset with some students at the school and thought making the threat would negatively affect them.
The threat was made on Twitter and police said they received many calls. The school was never placed on lockdown, officials said.
"As a reminder, we DO NOT take any threat lightly, especially those made via social media," Miami-Dade Public Schools Police Chief Edwin Lopez said in a statement.
The @MDSPD has made an arrest of a non @MDCPS student based on the social media threat regarding @TurnerTechHS - as a reminder, we DO NOT take any threat lightly, especially those made via social media - Thank you @MiamiDadePD for assisting us with police presence at school— Edwin Lopez (@edwinlopezMDSPD) February 25, 2019
The teen faces a felony charge of written threats to kill or do bodily harm for making the threat.