D.C. police said two teenagers were arrested after bomb threats at several schools in the District on Wednesday forced the evacuations of hundreds of students and staffers from buildings across the city.
News of the arrests came as the region’s schools endured another wave of threats Thursday, with at least five schools targeted in the District.
D.C. police said Thursday they arrested two 16-year-old males in connection with the incidents on Wednesday. A teen from Southeast Washington was charged with calling in bomb threats at several high schools, police said, and a youth from Northwest was charged with a threat made to Kipp DC College Preparatory.
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