Multiple Threats Lead to Student Arrests in Tallulah

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TALLULAH, LA (Ben Caxton) — Two Tallulah High School students have been arrested for making threats against Madison High School. In one incident 17-year-old Clyde Harris was charged with making bomb threats to Madison High and other schools in Tallulah using a fake Facebook account. The school had been put on lockdown when the posts were discovered saying that bombs would be thrown at the building at a specific time. Investigators originally determined the posts to be a prank, but when they continued, threatening other schools in the parish, and the Talulah Police Department, Facebook records were tracked down that pointed to Harris as the account owner who was then arrested. The Madison high freshman is now facing four counts of terrorizing, four counts of false communication of a planned arson and four counts of unlawful disruption of the operation of a school. He is currently being held in Madison Parish Jail in lieu of a $230,000 bond. In an unrelated case 17-year-old Ronald Jones, a junior, has been charged with writing messages on a bathroom wall threatening a shooting at the school. Jones is charged with one count of terrorizing and one count of unlawful disruption of the operation of a school. He is currently being held in Madison Parish Jail in lieu of a $125,000 bond.

 


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