Teens charged for Williamsville school bomb threat

Posted at 2:27 PM, Nov 14, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-14 16:16:15-05

Three teenagers, all Williamsville North High School students, have been arrested in connection to a bomb threat at the school on Tuesday.

Amherst Police responded to Williamsville North High School shortly after 11 am on Tuesday to investigate a threat made against the school. Officers searched the school while staff and students "sheltered in place". Nothing suspicious was found. 

On Wednesday, police announced that 3 students had been charged with making a terroristic threat. 

A 14 year old student and a 15 year old student were petitioned to Erie County Family Court and a third student, a 16 year old, was charged as an adolescent offender and appeared in the Youth Part of Erie County Court.


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