SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A Spokane County sheriff's spokesman says a teen girl accused of making a school bomb threat that canceled classes last week had not completed an assignment due that day.
Deputy Craig Chamberlin says the 15-year-old was arrested Tuesday and booked into juvenile detention. He says she likely will be charged with a felony.
The threat was written on a bathroom mirror on March 20. No bomb was found. Central Valley High School canceled classes for that day.