Fort Smith Police Bust Two Students In Bomb Threat Cases
FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The Fort Smith Police Department arrested two students in connection with recent bomb threats at Darby Junior High School and Ramsey Junior High School, authorities say.
On Sept. 24, Fort Smith police responded to Darby Junior High School in reference to a bomb threat. School officials informed police that writing had been found on a wall in a girl’s bathroom verbalizing the threat, according to authorities.
After investigating, a warrant was issued for a 15-year-old female student on suspicion of communicating a false alarm. The student was arrested on Sept. 25 and booked into the Sebastian County Juvenile Detention Center. She is being held without bond, police said.
On Sept. 25, at 2 p.m., police were called to Ramsey Junior High School in reference to another bomb threat. A note was found taped to a bathroom wall in a boy’s restroom, according to police.
School officials reviewed the handwritten note and suspect a 13-year-old male student based on the handwriting, police said. The student was interviewed and later arrested on the same day on suspicion of communicating a false alarm. He was booked into the Sebastian County Juvenile Detention Center and is also being held without bond, according to police.