RALSTON (KPTM)- A 14-year old is accused of threatening to bring a gun to school.
Ralston high school officials said the boy made threats Tuesday.
The school and Ralston Police said they have a zero tolerance policy for threats like that.
Police searched the boy's home Tuesday night. They said they didn't find any weapons and that he didn't have access to any.
Students at the school said they're glad the school, and police, acted so quickly.
"Not that many kids that threaten really go out with it or openly do it," said Ralston High School senior, Antonio Settje. "It's a bit crazy that anybody at our school would do that."
Police said the teenager was angry about transferring schools.