A 17-year-old boy faces charges in connection with a bomb threat at Henry County's Magna Vista High School.
According to Captain Eric Winn, the case began on March 5th, when school workers became aware of a threat to the school. The sheriff's office was called, and began an investigation.
Other students told investigators that a 17-year-old boy threatened to bomb the school.
Deputies eventually tracked down the suspect, arrested him, and took the boy to W.W. Moore Detention Center in Danville, on a charge of threaten to burn or bomb.
The juvenile has since been released to his parents' custody, and is not allowed on school property until the investigation is finished.
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