- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 23, 2015

BEL AIRE, Kan. (AP) - Three high school students in Bel Aire have been arrested after a threat was posted on social media.

According to Bel Aire police, one 16-year-old student and two 15-year-old students who attend Northeast Magnet High School were arrested Tuesday morning.

Bel Aire Police Chief Darrell Atteberry said a threat was posted Monday night, and additional security was sent to the school the next morning.

Atteberry said students were checked with magnetic wands before being allowed into the building.

Authorities have not released details about what was posted, but Atteberry said “it was a credible threat.”

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