Juveniles arrested for school bomb threats

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Three juveniles were arrested Friday in connection with Thursday's threats of a bomb at a Gentry school, and a fourth juvenile is being called "a person of interest." According to a press release from Gentry Police Chief Keith Smith, his department arrested three teen-age boys who dialed Benton County's 911 system at least three times Thursday afternoon, threatening that a bomb would be at the Gentry schools. In the last call, the threat was more specific, with the caller saying the bomb would be at the Gentry Middle School.

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