Anti-Semitic note at high school proved to be false report, CMPD says

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — CMPD now says a report of an anti-Semitic note at Providence High School in September was unfounded.

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A student reported someone left the note in her book bag.

CMPD launched an investigation and now says the complaint was false. It is unclear if the student will face any disciplinary action.

Channel 9 contacted the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools district and received the following response in September: 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools rejects racism, bigotry and intolerance in all forms. Messages, language or statements that seek to divide our community are in direct opposition to CMS values and standards the district seeks to teach students every day. All potential threats are investigated swiftly by law enforcement and appropriate action taken to ensure safety and uphold the protections of applicable federal, state and local laws and Board policies.