GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on students accused of making threats against Colorado schools (all times local):

5 p.m.

At least nine students from Colorado have been accused of making some kind of threat against fellow students after the school shooting in Florida.

A 13-year-old boy was arrested in Grand Junction on Thursday after allegedly making statements about carrying out a shooting at his school. Officials say the threat wasn't credible, and he was charged with interfering with a school, a misdemeanor.

Meanwhile, school police say a student at Westminster High School in suburban Denver was cited Thursday after a social media threat against the school proved to be false.

In Lakewood, police say a student at Bear Creek High School accused of making a general threat was charged with interfering with a school.

Also on Thursday, two students at Peyton High School near Colorado Springs were arrested on suspicion of inciting destruction of life or property, a felony, as well as a misdemeanor charge of interfering with a school. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the boys are accused of verbally threatening a fellow student.

Four other students have also been arrested in Grand Junction in recent days. They have all been released to their parents, except a 15-year-old who has had two previous juvenile delinquency cases.

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3:20 p.m.

At least seven students from Colorado have been accused of making some kind of threat against schools after the school shooting in Florida.

On Thursday a 13-year-old boy was arrested in Grand Junction after allegedly making statements about carrying out a shooting at his school. School officials say the threat wasn't found to be credible and he was charged with interfering with a school, a misdemeanor.

Meanwhile, in suburban Denver school police say a student at Westminster High School was cited Thursday after a social media threat against the school proved to be false. Lakewood police say a student at Bear Creek High School accused of making a general threat was charged with interfering with a school.

Four other students have also been arrested in Grand Junction in recent days. They have all been released to their parents except a 15-year-old who has had two previous juvenile delinquency cases.

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1:50 p.m.

A total of five students from Grand Junction are now accused of making some kind of threat after the Florida school shooting.

Police say that a 13-year-old boy was arrested Thursday after making statements about carrying out a school shooting. The student at East Middle School was cited with a misdemeanor of interfering with staff or students.

The arrest came a day after a fifth grader was arrested after allegedly talking about bringing a gun to school and shooting people. Police say he didn't have a weapon and was charged with misdemeanor menacing.

Two teenage students were also arrested and after they were reportedly heard talking about how a mass shooting could be carried out at their school.

A 15-year-old was arrested Feb. 15, a day after the Parkland, Florida shooting, after he allegedly told others he could have done more damage to his school. While the other students have all been released to their parents, this student, who has previous offenses, has been ordered held without bond until at least Monday.

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8:45 a.m.

A Colorado student accused of making threatening statements after the Florida school shooting will remain in custody at least until Monday.

The 15-year-old from Grand Junction was arrested Feb. 15 after he allegedly told others he could have done more damage to his school than had been done in Parkland, Florida the day before.

The Daily Sentinel reports that Magistrate Will McNulty rejected a request from the boy's mother to release him Wednesday. He said he wanted to be cautious because the teen had two juvenile delinquency cases last year and he wasn't sure of his mental state. McNulty hopes to hear from a psychologist familiar with him Monday before deciding whether to release him.

The boy's mother said she didn't he was making a direct threat and described her son as "analytical."