Threats prompt police presence at CAHS



FLINT TWP. — Added police presence was seen at Carman-Ainsworth High School Monday after threats to the school appeared on social media late Sunday evening.

In a letter to parents, Carman- Ainsworth Community Schools Superintendent Eddie Kindle said the threats were being taken seriously and were being investigated by the Flint Township Police Department. He said police had found no evidence that the threats were credible and were continuing the investigation. Police advised that school remain in session on Monday.

Threats also were posted on social media against the International Academy of Flint.

Additional police presence also was provided there, and the Flint Police Department is investigating.