2-13-06- The Murray County Sheriff’s Department has turned a student threat investigation over to the Juvenile Affairs Office.
Last week two female Sulphur students used a school computer to send threatening e-mails to another student. The sheriff’s department says the threats even included cutting of the student’s leg.
Child psychiatrist say bullying in schools has grown in the last ten years and has taken on a new life with internet and cell phones.
Be sure to watch First News at Ten Monday for a report on the movie “Mean Girls.” Is it Hollywood or real life for young teens?
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