For the second time since the Parkland, Florida shooting last week, a New Hampshire teen has been arrested for making threats at a School.

According to Seacoast Online, a threat was made at Epping High School by a juvenile. Throughout the investigation, police worked closely with the faculty, the Epping school administration, and the High School's resource officer for a "successful resolution."  The juvenile was charged with one count of criminal threatening, said Police Capt. Jason Newman.

The article also states that while an investigation is ongoing, police feel that at no time students or faculty were in any danger. Since the case involves a juvenile, they were not able to provide any further details.

It's the second time in a week a New Hampshire teen has been arrested on similar charges. Last week, a juvenile in Hampton threatened to "shoot up" the Seacoast School of Technology.