3 teens arrested in 2 separate incidents at Seguin High School, police say

Two teens were involved in an assault; one teen made a shooting threat, according to SPD

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SEGUIN, Texas – Three teenagers were taken into custody this week in connection with two separate incidents at Seguin High School, according to police.

The first incident happened Monday involving an assault that was captured on video, police said.

The video showed a 19-year-old special needs student being bullied and then struck in the face by a 15-year-old student in the men’s restroom, according to SPD.

Another student recorded the incident on video and was heard taunting the victim, police said.

The high school’s administration was able to identify the two students involved in the assault and both were taken to the Guadalupe County Juvenile Detention Center.

On Wednesday, police said they were notified of threats being made to the high school after several students told staff that a 15-year-old student threatened to shoot up the school.

Authorities were able to identify the student who made the threat and took him to the juvenile detention center.

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