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Written by Staff Report
April 14, 2021

            The Bucks County District Attorney's Office recently charged an unidentified 14-year-old juvenile with making several false threats against two schools in the Quakertown Community School District. The juvenile faces five counts each of making terroristic threats – graded as third-degree felonies – as well as misdemeanor making false reports to law enforcement authorities, disorderly conduct and false reports through Safe2Say Something, an anonymous tip line. Charges were filed Friday, April 9, according to information posted on the DA's Crimewatch page.

              The incidents – which occurred between January and March – targeted three individuals in the false reports made on seven dates in January, claiming these individuals were either going to harm themselves or others. In March, the juvenile used the app to make threats of violence at Strayer Middle School and Quakertown High School, forcing schools to close as police investigated the validity of the tips. An investigation conducted by the Quakertown Police Department included the application of an explosives ...



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