A school-shooting threat at Norwood High School is being investigated by the Norwood Marshal's Office, Norwood School District and the San Miguel County Sheriff's Office.

A message was discovered written on a bathroom wall at the high school on Tuesday and an 18-year-old male suspect at the school was identified and removed from the school, a San Miguel Sheriff's Office news release said.

The student faces summons into court on two charges.

School administrators were notified after a student saw the message around noon on the boys' bathroom wall threatening a school shooting that would occur at a future date. School administrators notified law enforcement and the multi-agency investigation was launched.

As part of the investigation, the school, along with law enforcement and a panel of professionals, is conducting a threat-assessment to determine, among other things, the best course of action at this time.

■ Two Grand Junction residents face drug distribution charges folllowing an arrest Tuesday evening. Kathryn Kohlenberg, 40, and Richard Gallegos, 42, were arrested by Mesa County Sheriff's Office deputies at a residence on the 400 block of Fox Run Street, according to a press release from the Sheriff's Office.

A search of the residence found 2.5 pounds of suspected methamphetamine and three firearms, the Sheriff's Office said.

The suspects are being held on numerous drug-related charges.

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