Juvenile charged with making bomb threats at Hopkins County Middle School

A juvenile has been charged with making two bomb threats at South Hopkins Middle School.

Kentucky State Police say the bomb threats were made on December 11 and December 16.

Both bomb threats were made by phone to the school.

Students were evacuated both times and a search of the building found nothing.

The juvenile was charged with two counts of complicity to terroristic threatening 1st degree and released to the custody of a parent.

The investigation is ongoing.

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