Mexico BOCES To Go Remote Tuesday After School Shooting Threat

Mexico, N.Y. - Mexico BOCES students will be studying from home tomorrow after a school shooting threat that took place today.

The school learned of the threat by a student and school resource officers removed them from the campus. While Oswego County Deputies were investigating they found three suspicious people in a car in the parking lot of the school. Inside the car they found two handguns and drug paraphernalia.

They arrested 27 year old Joshua Paoni of Cicero for having a gun on school grounds and endangering the welfare of a child. The other two occupants were students.

No word on if there's a connection between those in the car and the threat.

The school decided to be safe and switch to remote learning today for the MEXICO campus only.

Police car lights in night time, crime scene, night patrolling the city. Abstract blurry image.

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