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BOILING SPRING LAKES, NC (WWAY) — A high school student is in custody after allegedly making threats about an act of mass violence at a Brunswick County School.

Court documents show Tevin Devon Lee, 18, is charged with one count of false report of mass violence on educational property. A magistrate set Lee’s bond at $10,000 bond.

School district spokeswoman Jessica Swencki says students and staff at South Brunswick Middle and South Brunswick High schools were ordered to shelter in place earlier today after administrators intercepted a written threat intercepted. The lockdown lasted about an hour until 2 p.m.

Swencki says at no time were any student or staff in danger.


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  • guest 412

    Being a emergency healthcare provider you should agree that a screw driver can be used as a weapon to stab someone. The fact is only part of the story has been told by the media or family. The kid was tased and did not respond only became more out of control, charged at the officer on his own two feet aiming to stab him and the other officer took action. Yes he deserved to die if his intentions were to do deadly harm to the officer. The boy was NOT on the floor and under control. Also as a emergency healthcare provider you should know that law enforcement officers are now sitting in hospitals to watch individual mentally impaired people who act this way because the health care providers are scared of some of these mental/drug cases and the harm they can cause when they are out of control. No one deserves to die but at the same time no one should put themselves in that situation when there is help. The EMS would have gladly transport him to a proper place for help if he would accept it. This kid had the police at his home a number of times and knew how they handled things. He had already attempted suicide and threatened his mother to the point she felt police protection was needed for her and her family safety. His intentions appear that he wanted to hurt someone that day by the action he took. Thank God no one was hurt except the one that wanted to cause pain to his parents. Had he not threatened the mom the police would have been no where around his home.

  • Jen

    Not sure what you are getting at “abusing their bodies”? Nowhere in this article or the one Im sure youre referring to about the teenager that was shot and killed, did it mention that he was on drugs! He had a mental illness. And I didnt know that having a family with problems, having to call the cops or having a mental illness (or even using drugs, which it never said that he did) meant that you deserve to DIE!!! I hate to say that who appears to be a child compared to you made way more sense! I have complete respect for law enforcement, I have many LEO friends, being an emergency healthcare providor, rely on them heavily, but this kid still didnt deserve to die!!

  • guest 588

    I’m so sure in your very short life on earth and many more years to come you will never need the law. Please go ahead and take matters in your own hands because I doubt the officer will be charged just a matter of time before we know what was in the body of the deceased. And as you said if you follow through with the threat you made dealing with the law you will encounter them sooner than later idiot. Sounds like he had a very peaceful and supportive family environment. I say 9 domestic calls in a year at one residence is average wouldn’t you? I’ve lived 60 years and never had an officer come to my house except to visit or come home from putting up with idiot children as yourself. You my dear will find out in your very life there will come a time you will encounter the law whether it be your fault or someone else that does injustice to you if you live a long average life like most kids that don’t abuse their bodies.

  • Victoria Dyer

    That guy rides my bus…he’s always bothering people and getting on their nerves!

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