Arrest made in school threat against Nova High and Nova Middle, cops say

Police on Monday revealed a threat against two Davie schools and announced a suspect is in custody.

The threat was made Sunday night against Nova High and Nova Middle, according to Davie police.

“There is believed to be no further threat and students are safe to return to campus where officers will be present,” Davie police said on Twitter at 3:37 a.m. Monday.

Police did not disclose any other details on the threat and arrest.

Last Monday, a phone threat caused the Nova public schools to go on a code red or code yellow alert for several hours. The threat came from a 15-year-old, Davie police said after the Oct. 8 incident.

In separate incidents, Pembroke Pines has arrested four boys on second degree felony charges for making perceived threats by spoken word or social media concerning a school shooting. Lauderhill police arrested a 9-year-old on Oct. 2 after he brought a gun to Paul Turner Elementary School and pointed it at other students.