OSHKOSH, Wis. (WBAY) - For the second time this week, a student from Oshkosh West High School was taken into custody over a social media post.
Police say the school administration was alerted to a "concerning social media post" on Friday.
Police found there were no specific threats were made towards students or staff, but they say this investigation isn't over.
On Monday, a selfie posted on social media of a student holding a gun, captioned with a vulgarity, led to a search warrant at that student's home. Police found the student didn't threaten schools or students, but the teen was jailed on charges including possession of a firearm by a person under 18 and using a computer to threaten injury or harm.
Police and school officials praised the student who came forward after seeing that photo, and in this latest case police say they "encourage students, teachers and parents to continue to notify the school administration and the Oshkosh Police Department if they do see any concerning messages or posts on social media."