Crawford County student charged with making threat against school

ROBERTA, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A $5,000 bond has been set for the teenager accused of threatening to shoot up Crawford County High School.

Roberta Police received a warrant for the student’s arrest Tuesday.

Today’s arrest comes after the alleged threat was made to the school on February 14th.

The 17-year-old student didn’t attend school that following Thursday and the school was closed Friday and Monday because of President’s Day.

The student is charged with terroristic threats and he is not allowed to have any weapons in his home.

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