North Carolina student arrested for making bomb threat
The 17-year-old threatened to blow up the school.
A teenager in North Carolina was arrested twice in the past month, after threatening to blow up his school, an official said Saturday.
Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson told FOX8 the 17-year-old student was originally arrested on Feb. 5 for threatening to blow up the Clover Garden charter school in Burlington, located about 26 km northwest of Greensboro.
“The things that can come back and really going to happen and we can not return it to us,” Johnson said.
The teen, who has not yet been adopted by the government, bound out of the prison on Feb. 12 but was threatening again to blow up the school on his way out, according to the sheriff.
“We are not going over one night ice. You make a threat, you are going to be charged.”
– Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson
“To get out of prison, he just walked out the door and made that statement, I think the judge will look to the quite serious,” Johnson told FOX8.
Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson said a 17-year-old student threatened to blow up in his charter school two times in the last month.
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The Clover Garden school is a K-12 charter school parents and students a choice in their child’s education,” says the website.
The teen is now in the Alamance County Jail on a $ 40,000 bond and is scheduled to appear before a judge next week, according to Johnson.
A 17-year-old student in North Carolina threatened to blow up the Clover Garden School twice since the beginning of the month.
The incidents took place before the deadly rampage at a high school in South Florida that left 17 dead, but the North Carolina sheriff said it serves as a wake-up call that every threat must be taken seriously.
“We are not going over one night ice,” Johnson said. “You make a threat, you are going to be charged.”
Travis Fedschun is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @travfed