WEDNESDAY UPDATE: There has been an arrest in the Causey Middle School threat. It was a Causey student who was arrested and charged with making a terrorist threat, Mobile County Public Schools spokeswoman Rena Philips told FOX10 News.
There's no word yet on whether the student will be suspended.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Mobile County Public School System said it is aware of a threat made against Causey Middle School.
Parents sent FOX10 News a screenshot of an Instagram post warning students that there will be a shooting.
The school system said it is investigating the threat with Mobile Police. In an email, the system said investigators identified a person of interest and police are questioning the person.
Police officers and resource officers will be on Causey's campus Wednesday morning.
This latest incident comes on the heels of a series of threats against schools in Mobile and Baldwin County.
On Friday, a 17-year-old was charged after police said the student made a social media post threatening Foley High School.
Then on Sunday, threats were made against Theodore High School and Clark-Shaw Magnet School. Police said the students responsible for those threats were also charged.