Cushing police arrest teen after school threats


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Updated: 3/15/2013 10:15 am Published: 3/15/2013 10:15 am


Cushing police arrested a 16-year old as part of the investigation into threats at Cushing middle and high school.

On Monday Cushing police served a search warrant on a Tulsa home about those threats, investigators told FOX23 evidence had been taken but did not release details.

On Thursday, police questioned an 18-year old and 16-year old about the threats. The 16-year old was then arrested and the 18-year old is no longer in custody and is now being treated as a material witness.

The teen is being held in Payne County. Police say they can now safely say the threats against the schools were a hoax and no evidence was found to support the threat.


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aleman - 3/15/2013 3:42 PM
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He'll get his name in the news,then there will be a bunch more
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