LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- A girl was arrested Tuesday in connection with a threat against Fairland High School, Lawrence County Sheriff's deputies say.
The girl was charged with one count of unruly/delinquency by terroristic threats and one count of unruly/delinquency by inducing panic.
Deputies say the threat was made Thursday, Feb. 22. They say the girl, a Fairland student, has been suspended since the threat was made.
She was arrested Tuesday morning at her home.
Deputies continue to investigate threats made toward Symmes Valley and Chesapeake schools. That followed arrests in connection with threats made again Rock Hill Schools and Dawson Bryant Schools.
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