A teacher in the US state of Washington has been arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot and kill students.
When questioned by police at her home Wednesday, 58-year-old Julie Hiland-Jones did not give up on threats,
she was placed on administrative leave from Emerald Ridge High School in Puyallup, about 35 miles (56 km) south of Seattle where he teaches geometry.
It was not clear what prompted her to do the threat.
She initially made the comments Tuesday night to another adult, who then signals to local education officials. They then contact the Sheriff's Office.
School district officials stated that Ms. Hiland-Jones was immediately placed on administrative leave.
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Detective Ed Troyer of Pierce County Sheriff said he was detained on multiple charges.
" If one child makes such statements, after all going to jail and having to pay the price for that, "Troyer told local KOMO News. "If a teacher does them, it's a bad example and they should be held accountable too.
According to KOMO News, one of Mrs. Hiland-Jones's students, Brooklyn Bison, said," I was really shocked to hear that this is her because she looks a lot like a teacher, "I'm here to help you." "