Juvenile charged for allegedly making school threat

Jodi Camp/Franklin Favorite

Franklin-Simpson High School is located at 400 S. College St. in Franklin.

The Simpson County Sheriff's Office received a threat complaint at Franklin-Simpson High School after hours on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

A juvenile allegedly made a threat toward the high school, according to a release from the sheriff's office.

Simpson County Schools Superintendent Tim Schlosser made a request that the threat be investigated.

The juvenile was located and charged with one count of second degree terroristic threatening and was awaiting a court order for this alleged incident, the release stated.

Deputy Sheriff Cory Jones investigated the incident.

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Damian Mohr

Hundreds of students have not been attending their classes because of a call of threat from unknown person. Visit papers writers to get more help in essays. I think this kind of things are highly condemn-able because this stops education in the county.

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