15-Year-Old Charged After Making Bomb Threat

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 15-year-old boy has been arrested and charged after allegedly making threats to “blow up” Roseville Area High School.

Police responded to a bomb threat at 12:53 p.m. on Tuesday at the Roseville high school, located at 1240 W. County Road B2.

School officials told police an anonymous caller left a voice mail message saying he would “blow up” the school at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

An investigation revealed the identity of the caller, who was later questioned by police. The teen told officers he made the bomb threat as a prank.

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office charged the teen with felony terroristic threats.

The Roseville Police Department is continuing to investigate to see if others were involved.

  • brittany

    good what is the kid thinking? how is that a prank? and how would that even be funny?

    • kidswillbekids

      I can’t answer to what he was thinking or how it was a prank but when I was in highschool several kids did the same and thought it was soooooo funny. I went to Roseville too go figure.

  • St Paul

    This kid needs more homework and more chores every day to fill up his mind. Poor Parents must be heartbroken!! Oh and usually these kids have friends with lthe same thoughts. Time for the school to check into this matter and quickly! Glad I have dogs and cats!!

  • nicole

    At 15 years old, this kid knew what he was doing. By that age, kids know that sort of thing is not a joke.

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