- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 20, 2018

DUGGER, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say a 12-year-old girl has been arrested after making online threats toward students and staff at a school in rural western Indiana.

The Sullivan County sheriff says she’s responsible for threats via Snapchat directed at Dugger-Union Community School. Sheriff Clark Cottom says no weapons were found and she faces an intimidation charge.

The case is among about a dozen school threats in Indiana since the deadly shooting last week at a Florida high school.

Social media threats have also resulted in the arrests of two male students from Carmel High School near Indianapolis and a student at Columbus East High School in southern Indiana. Evansville police says a 17-year-old boy faces intimidation charges for writing a violence threat on a bathroom stall door last week at Reitz High School.


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