Police look for teen who made several threats against two schools

Police say they're looking for a teen-ager with a history of threatening several Austin area schools.

AISD Police Chief Eric Mendez tells KXAN the teen was charged with harassment after threatening Allen Elementary back in February. A teacher at that school was sent a note from the suspect saying he'd 'kill little boys and girls' unless they gave him money, according to court documents, "In this incidence, we increased our visibility.  We want to make sure that our parents feel comfortable bringing their children to school, so we ensure them that their children are safe during the day.  I don't know if many parents knew about that incidence."

The teen was arrested a second time after he threatened Allen elementary again and assigned a mental health worker. Now, he is being charged with retaliation after threatening Del Valle High School. The teen did attend Del Valle, but Mendez says they're not sure whey he targeted Allen.

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