Student Charged In Connection With Dublin Jerome High School Bomb Threat
Saturday November 10, 2012 7:50 PM UPDATED: Saturday November 10, 2012 8:35 PM
Dublin Jerome High School students were evacuated to the football stadium while authorities investigated a bomb threat.
Dublin officials announced on Saturday that a student was charged in connection with a Nov. 2 bomb threat at Dublin Jerome High School.
According to city officials, the unidentified student was charged with felony inducing panic and misdemeanor circulating a false report.
The charges were filed through the Union County Juvenile Court.
Dublin Jerome officials received an email threat on Nov. 2. Students were evacuated to the school’s football field and returned to class a short time later after bomb squad officers searched and cleared the school.
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