Oregon girl accused of making false report of school threat
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — A 14-year-old girl who reported a possible threat of violence at an Oregon school has been charged with disorderly conduct and initiating a false report.
Lt. Daniel Duncan of the Corvallis Police Department says the student was arrested Thursday afternoon and taken to a juvenile detention center.
The Corvallis School District reported earlier in the day that a Linus Pauling Middle School student had received a Snapchat message indicating a threat. Investigators found that the girl who received the message was also the source it.