Officials in Boyd Co have opened up an investigation after two students allegedly made threats of violence against the Boyd Co High School and Middle School. According to the Boyd Co Sheriff’s Office, on Wednesday evening, a student reportedly talked about bringing a gun to school while using FaceTime. Law enforcement and school officials were immediately notified and upon investigation at least one of the students involved was charged with terroristic threatening. Officials said there was no immediate danger to the students or to the schools. Boyd Co Public Schools Superintendent William Boblett, Jr. said any time a threat or potential threat is brought to the attention of administration or law enforcement it will be taken seriously and immediately addressed.