Juvenile charged in connection to Muhlenberg Co. school bomb threat
GREENVILLE, KY (WFIE) -
Muhlenberg North Middle School and Longest Elementary in Greenville, KY got the all clear by authorities after a bomb threat Tuesday morning.
Officials tell us it started with a handwritten note found in the girls bathroom.
Students from Muhlenberg North Middle School in Greenville were evacuated from the building in response to the threat.
KSP says they have charged a juvenile in connection with Tuesdays's bomb threat at Muhlenberg North. The juvenile has been charged with one count of Terroristic Threatening 1st Degree (Class C Felony), and lodged in the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Bowling Green, KY.
This is the fourth recent bomb threat at Muhlenberg County Schools, and the second in two days.
Click http://goo.gl/XroJz to read about the one that was called in Monday for Muhlenberg South Middle School
On March 4th a bomb threat was called in for Muhlenberg High School. Students were evacuated from the school.
A teenager, 18-year-old Kristopher Robinson of Drakesboro was arrested and charged with "Terroristic Threatening" in relation to that call.