NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Police Department assisted the Elmwood Park Police Department following an incident in which a Nutley resident is reported to have threatened to "shoot-up" the pre-school where she was a teacher. 

Gina Schroeder 38, of Nutley,  was arrested after several teachers at the Goddard School made the report to police. The school was placed on lockdown, and  Schroeder was detained while the school was searched. 

Elmwood Parl police chief  Michael Foligno reported that guns were not found on her person or in her vehicle. Nutley police found three guns in her Nutley home. 

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On Tuesday, Schroeder was formally charged with making terroristic threats and illegal possession of prescription drugs. She is being held in Bergen County Jail until her detention hearing in Central Judicial Processing Court in Hackensack.

 

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