By CBSMiami.com Team

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A student at Central Charter School in Lauderdale Lakes has been detained by the Broward sheriff’s deputies after a threat was made.

Deputies were called to the school at 4515 North State Road 7 early Wednesday morning.

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The sheriff’s office did not disclose what type of threat was made.

Last week, Nova Middle School in Davie was evacuated on Friday after a bomb threat was made. Davie police said that the threat was made to the school through a text message. The school was searched and nothing was found.

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A day earlier, a 17-year-old Miramar High School student was arrested after he brought a gun to school. Police said they found it in a book bag after getting a tip.

According to the police report, it was a loaded Glock 26 handgun, with one 9 millimeter round in the chamber and a magazine with 39 rounds in it.

Police said no threats were made, but that the teen boy said he had the gun for protection.

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On Wednesday, not far away at Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines two students were arrested. In that case, they’re accused of making an “…online post about a potential school shooting…” According to police, that threat was “….made on Instagram with a text threatening to “terrorize” Flanagan High School.”

CBSMiami.com Team