Md. Juvenile Charged In School Bomb Threats

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Frederick County authorities say a 17-year-old boy e-mailed three bomb threats to Tuscarora High School in Frederick.

Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Jennifer Bailey said Thursday that the youth has been charged as a juvenile with 15 offenses, including arson threats, e-mail misuse and resisting arrest.

She says a tip led investigators to suspect him after a school administrator received a bomb threat Feb. 7. She says investigators then linked him to two other threats that were e-mailed to the school Oct. 11.

Bailey says deputies arrested the boy Tuesday at a shopping center near the school.

She says he had recently walked away from a juvenile detention facility in Montgomery County.

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  • Guest2

    This seventeen year old walked away from a juvenile detention facility in Montgomery County and he has been charged as a juvenile. What is going on? These are serious offenses. By charging him as a juvenile, the people in his area are not to know who is causing all this trouble. Of course, the others kids are going to talk. Child Protective Services are at work again and when the kids turns 18, all charges will be dropped and a clean record and next time he will succeed!

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