Police Release Contents Of Threatening Email That Forced Evacuation Of Dublin Jerome High School


A Dublin teenager is being charged in connection with a threatening email sent to Dublin Jerome High School that forced the evacuation of hundreds of students Nov. 2

According to police, the student sent an email to the school which read, "Bomb Detonation at 9:56, I don't mess up. It is ready to charge, and there is nothing you guys can do about that. This is proving the administration is horrible here at Jerome."

Students were evacuated to the football stadium after the message was received.

Authorities searched the school but did not find any devices.

The teen, who 10TV News did not immediately identify, was charged with felony inducing panic and misdemeanor circulating a false report.

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