Police identify juveniles linked to Towson High School threats
Two Way Talk segment with Jessica Calefati, education enterprise reporter for Baltimore Banner
(Baltimore, MD) -- Baltimore County police have identified two suspects linked to threats against Towson High School.
Detectives assigned to the Towson Precinct and Criminal Investigations Bureau have identified and charged a juvenile suspect with multiple recent threatening messages targeting Towson HS-charges pending against a second juvenile. Link to the news release: https://t.co/Mam9Q5Xvnt pic.twitter.com/iQSHXSPe4B— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) December 10, 2022
Baltimore County Interim Police Chief Dennis Delp told reporters on Saturday that one of the juveniles is from North Carolina, and the other is from Maryland.
Delp said threats were made over the past three weeks warning that people would go to Towson High School with guns and explosives.
Investigators believe the suspects intended to incriminate a third juvenile with their actions.
That juvenile was not involved.
Police say no students, faculty or staff were in danger.
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