Salina student accused of making bomb threats

Salina Central High School (KSN File Photo)
Salina Central High School (KSN File Photo)

SALINA, Kansas (AP) – A Kansas high school student is accused of leaving a note claiming bombs had been placed at two schools, but police have determined there was no danger to the district.

The Salina Journal reports the Central High School student was interviewed by Salina police Wednesday after he was identified as being connected to a note found at the school.

The note indicated bombs had been placed at both Salina Central and Salina South high schools, but police were confident there were no bombs.

Police spokesman Capt. Mike Sweeney says investigators are trying to determine if the student, who isn’t being named, also is connected to other recent threats made at Central.

Notes saying a bomb had been placed at Central also were found April 15 and April 28.

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