A Conway student was arrested Thursday after reportedly threatening the school.
Conway Public School District administrators took to Facebook shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday to notify parents in the district of the incident, though details surrounding the case were not provided.
The school district's communication specialist, Heather Kendrick, said administrators and authorities worked together and were quickly able to stop the threat.
The Log Cabin Democrat reached out to Kendrick on Friday regarding the incident and learned there is no imminent threat.
"Thanks to diligent work by our school resource officers and the Conway Police Department, a Conway Schools' student has been arrested and charged with terroristic threatening," she confirmed. "There is not any danger to our students or school at this time. We continue to make safety and security our top priority and thank you for supporting our schools."
Authorities had not released details regarding the incident or the accused student's name by press time Friday.
The Log Cabin reached out to CPD spokesman LaTresha Woodruff regarding the alleged threat. However, she said detectives are still investigating the matter and did not have any additional information readily available.
The LCD will continue following this story as details become available.