CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — CCISD police officers were called to a local high school on Thursday after a fight broke out between students.
The incident happened before 2 p.m. inside Miller High School.
According to CCISD Police Chief Kirby Warnke, multiple students were involved in a large fight that broke out at the stairwells of the school.
Warnke said they were able to determine one of the aggressors involved in the fight, and they were arrested.
"We arrested someone for [a] terrorist threat in conjunction with a video that was posted on social media," said Warnke.
18-year-old Domingo Rodriguez was arrested and charged with the terrorist threat.
Chief Warnke said they are also investigating allegations of a gun on campus.
"We are investigating allegations of a gun, in any circumstance if their are, we will arrest the person if we can prove that that is the case," he said.
Warnke said the high school was placed on lock-down to contain the fights and separate the students.