STILLWATER (AP) — Police say they've arrested three juveniles for allegedly making threats on Facebook Live videos against Stillwater Junior High School officials.

Stillwater police say two 15-year-olds and one 16-year-old were arrested this week. Oklahoma City television station KFOR reports that the suspects are two current students and one former student at Stillwater Junior High.

Their names weren't released because they are juveniles. Stillwater Police Capt. Kyle Gibbs says the teens were holding what appeared to be a real pistol in the Facebook videos.

Police say the teens threatened administrators at the school and a school resource officer. Superintendent Marc Moore says the school is "fully cooperating" with the police investigation.