UPDATE: Aug. 16; 11:22 a.m. - Despite threats to the contrary, got off to a great start yesterday, although the is still looking into who might have hacked into a student's Facebook account and wrote threatening posts toward another student, according to WSBTV.
"We are still investigating and will be consulting with the school officials and the school resource officer," said James McGee, spokesman for the Roswell Police Department.
McGee confirmed the Atlanta news station report that a 13-year-old female student at Crabapple Middle student received threatening posts on her Facebook account from a fellow which insinuated several kinds of weapons - including a gun and knife - would be brought to school.
However, McGee could not go into details during the investigation, only saying: "A specific day was mentioned [in the threats] but has come and gone."
Police investigated the student whose accounts the terroristic posts were made from, only to find that the student had been hacked and was locked out because her password had been changed, according the story.
Police are taking the threats seriously and are continuing to investigate.