MADISON TOWNSHIP, OH (WOIO) - A Madison High School student was arrested and charged with a felony on Friday after she allegedly planted a bomb threat note in a school restroom.
According to the Richland County Sheriff's Office, the note was found Tuesday in a bathroom, which read "School will blow up at 2:00 p.m."
School officials and sheriffs evacuated students, but no explosive device was found after the school was swept by local authorities.
The student will be charged with inducing a panic, a second-degree felony.
Then, on Thursday, a second bomb threat note was found, and three students were charged with felonies and taken to the Richland County Juvenile Detention Center in connection with that incident.
Two of the students were charged with inducing a panic, and the third was charged with obstructing justice after providing false information to deputies.
The sheriff's office issued the following statement Friday: