By Jennifer McRae

ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Arvada confirmed that one juvenile female was arrested Tuesday for investigation of four new specific threats against students, staff and faculty at Ralston Valley High School. The school was being monitored by additional police officers on Tuesday morning.

The threats were said to be similar to threats against the school on Monday. The juvenile was arrested on the school campus and transported to the Arvada Police Department before being transported to a juvenile detention facility pending charges of interference with staff, faculty, or students of an educational institution.

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Police said that preliminary investigations indicate there was no credible threat or ability to carry out the threats made in Safe2Tell.

On Monday afternoon, police responded to the school in reference to a Safe2Tell threat.

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Officers gave an “all clear” at 2:30 p.m. and said the school was back to normal after officers checked the school. They add a school resource officer was inside the school when he received Safe2Tell reports “in reference to a threat to the school.”

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The juvenile was not identified.

Jennifer McRae