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Indirect Threat Brings More Security To Canajoharie School

There was an indirect threat made on Wednesday in Canajoharie that mentioned children.

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According to the story that was on News 10 ABC, a ‘rambling manifesto’ was faxed to the Canajoharie Police Department, but it’s not known where it came from. As a precaution, Canajoharie High School increased their security, although there was never any mention of any schools in Montgomery County.

Apparently, there were two other New York State police departments had the same fax sent to them. That’s what was told to them when the authorities contacted a terror hotline that’s run by a New York State agency.

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