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Writing on Havre High bathroom wall being treated as vandalism


November 8, 2018

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre Police Senior Officer Justin Gomke watches over students at Havre High School this morning. The Havre Police Department increased its presence in the Havre School District after a cryptic message was found in a boy's bathroom Wednesday at Havre High School. Along with the Havre police, the Hill County Sheriff's Office is adding extra patrols at Havre schools.

Despite an increased law enforcement presence in the district, Havre Public Schools Superintendent Andy Carlson said this morning that the district is no longer using the word "threat" to refer to an incident that took place Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Havre High school.

"We're treating it more like vandalism at this point," Carlson said.

A cryptic message was discovered Wednesday written on the second floor boy's bathroom of the high school.

Carlson declined to say exactly what the message said.

After law enforcement and school officials determined the message was "unsubstantiated," th...

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