A Hudson student could face charges, potentially even a felony charge, after posting a threat against the Hudson Communty School District on Snapchat over the weekend, according to KWWL. A citizen sent the snap to Hudson Police Chief Daniel Banks on Saturday evening. Banks immediately contacted school officials and initiated an investigation. It was determined that there was no immediate threat to the school so classes were held yesterday, although the parents of 17 students kept their children home due to the threat that was made. Police have applied for a warrant to search the child’s phone. They expect the investigation to wrap up by the end of the week. Police were present at school on Monday and will be at the end of the day in the coming days and patrols of the area will also be stepped up.