A student in the Matawan-Aberdeen school district is arrested Saturday for allegedly making what police say were 'terroristic threats'.

Aberdeen Police say the student and guardians are cooperating in the investigation and they don't believe there is any credible threat against any school or person.

Even though the threat does not appear to pose any current danger, police say the investigation continues into the incident.

"Student and staff safety are always a priority and we are continuously collaborating with the school district to increase safety," Aberdeen Police said in a statement.

Anyone who has any knowledge of what happened with this incident is urged additional to call Aberdeen Police Detective Anthony Valentino at 732-566-2054 extension 205.

"Please remember to report any and all suspicious activity as soon as possible."

This is just the latest in threats made involving schools including in Jackson Friday where it was deemed not-credible, unsubstantiated and safe for students to attend classes.

Outside the shore, Nutley Schools took no chances Friday and closed for the day following a threat made on Instagram.

A 14-year old boy was arrested in Franklin Township also on Friday out in Somerset County for making threats and was ultimately suspended by the school district.

Parsippany-Troy Hills police were also called to action when a threat was made this weekend against Brooklawn School.

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