FAIRMONT (AP) -- A 16-year-old boy was charged with a felony after allegedly writing a bomb threat on lockers at Fairmont High School.
The high school was evacuated for several hours Nov. 22 after the words "BANG," "Watch out" and "Bomb. 11-22-02. 2:00 p.m." were found written on lockers, according to court records.
After being questioned by authorities, the teenager allegedly admitted to writing the statements. He said didn't mean it as an actual threat and he would not hurt anyone, the records showed.
The teenager was charged with felony and gross misdemeanor charges of terroristic threats.
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