Milford police say they will have an increased police presence at Jonathan Law High School this week in response to alleged threats made on social media, but they also said reports of threats against the school were untrue. \u201cIn response to the information alleged in social media posts, text messages, and conversations that referenced threats to the safety of students and staff at Jonathan Law High School, a joint investigation commenced involving school and law enforcement officials,\u201d Milford police and school officials said in a joint press release. Members of the Jonathan Law High School administration, Milford Police Department\u2019s Juvenile and Computer Crime Divisions and the Milford Public Schools have been collectively working together to address concerns. \u201cAfter countless hours of investigation, all claims have been disproved and found to be false. In other words, not a single claim has been substantiated,\u201d police and school officials said. \u201cIt has been determined that the information shared on social media was not based on fact.\u201d Police ask residents to refrain from sharing false information as this causes unnecessary alarm. \u201cGoing forward, any student or parent who has first-hand knowledge that affects the safety and security of the school community is encouraged to report it to the school administrators and the Milford Police Department,\u201d police and school officials said.