Dublin Police Make Arrest After High School Bomb Threat


Police made an arrest on Saturday after someone threatened  to blow up Dublin Jerome High School earlier this week.

The school received an email Friday morning indicating there was an explosive device in the building. Students were evacuated to the football stadium while authorities searched the campus for a bomb. Nothing was found.

Investigators released a statement on Saturday indicating they had identified a person suspected of making the threat. Police said they would not release the person's name until charges were officially filed.

The statement indicated police were able to identify the suspect after working with telephone companies and Internet providers.

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