After making a “prank call” about a bomb at preschool, a Georgia teenager was arrested.
Officials claim that at 9:03 a.m. on November 3, police and fire crews responded immediately to reports of a bomb threat at the preschool located at 2700 Block of Holcomb Bridge Road.
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A middle-school student claimed to have called the Goddard School, which is a local preschool. stated that there was a bomb, and hung up immediately.
Students and staff were forced to flee the area, while officers sealed off roads to investigate the threat.
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About an hour later, police, firefighters, and a K9 bomb squad had finished searching the school premises. They didn’t find any bomb.
Today, police revealed that the suspect was a Holcomb Bridge Middle School student.
Detectives discovered that the student was riding a school bus to Holcomb Bridge Middle School at the time of the call. The caller placed the student in close proximity to the preschool using GPS coordinates.
Police interviewed the student and found out that he had confessed to the prank. It was meant to be a prank against their middle school.
The student, whose identity is not known, was arrested for terroristic threats. He will also face consequences from Fulton County School System.
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Roswell Police Department spokesperson said that “these types of actions will never be tolerated regardless of age.” “Parents are encouraged to have an honest conversation with their children regarding the serious consequences of foolish young decisions.”