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TWO KENTUCKY STUDENTS CHARGED WITH MAKING THREATS TOWARD SCHOOL

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Two Harlan County High School students have been charged with terrorism threatening. The Kentucky State Police says the two students made non-specific threats toward the high school. Investigators are still following up on leads. The charges came as a result of an anonymous tip by another student. An off-duty trooper received the tip late yesterday afternoon and troopers followed up immediately. Within hours troopers charged two juveniles with making the threats. The investigation is ongoing.

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