Reform school might suit the mad bomb and gun caller of Leonardtown High

Leonardtown, Maryland – St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that the kiddie-criminal believed to be responsible for making a series of phony calls that sent school and police in a tailspin, twice the past week, has been arrested and sent to the reform school for girls.
Police say that on September 18, 2014, a telephone call was received at Leonardtown High School indicating there was a destructive device in the school.  The school was checked and nothing was found.  On September 24, 2014, two telephone calls were received at Leonardtown High School indicating there were persons in the school with guns.  The school was placed on lockdown and the school searched.  No weapons were located.
Leonardtown Middle bomb threat, above, is one of many such fake calls that send officials scurrying to shut down schools, turning the schools into a complete waste of time for a day. Officials need to place metal detectors at the front door and extract all guns, knives and drugs - and any bombs - from students and faculty upon entering. Then the 911 operator can simply thank bomb threat kids for their call after keeping them on the line long enough to trace the number. Until officials take action, the numbskull bozos who really don't want to be in school will be running the schools. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY file photo

Leonardtown Middle bomb threat, above, is one of many such fake calls that send officials scurrying to shut down schools, turning the schools into a complete waste of time for a day. Officials need to place metal detectors at the front door and extract all guns, knives and drugs – and any bombs – from students and faculty upon entering. Then the 911 operator can simply thank bomb threat kids for their call after keeping them on the line long enough to trace the number. Until officials take action, the numbskull bozos who really don’t want to be in school will be running the schools. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY file photo

Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division responded to the school and initiated an investigation into the origin of the calls.  As a result of that investigation, detectives identified a 14 year old female as the person making the false threats from inside the school on both occasions.  The juvenile was placed under arrest, transported to the Sheriff’s Office, charged with making a false statement concerning a destructive device, regarding the September 18th incident and disruption of school activities regarding today’s incident.  The juvenile was placed into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services and transported to Waxter’s Children’s Center pending further action by juvenile authorities.   

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