“It was not a direct threat,” she said, “but we took precautionary measures.”
This included a lockout and contacting state police. Besides extra police presence and a controlled dismissal at the regular time, the day proceeded normally. She saw no reason for the the last day of elementary classes on Monday to be affected.
State police at Binghamton Sgt. Salvatore Indelicato said five troopers, from the Deposit and Margaretville barracks, and two Department of Environmental police assisted at the school Friday. The investigation is continuing, but he could not yet say whether the two incidents are related.