Police say online 'vague threat' turns out to be swatting incident

Greenwich police said a school threat turned out to be a swatting incident.
A "vague" threat was made on social media against the Greenwich Public Schools and one of the town's middle schools, according to police.
According to police, the post came from Tennessee, and two suspects were taken into custody in Nashville.
Officials said no specific threats were identified.
In a statement to News12, Greenwich police said, "the police department understands the stress this can place on students, faculty, and families. Extra patrols will be conducted throughout the day to help alleviate concerns. The safety of our residents remains of the utmost importance to this department."