Student Accused Of Making School Bomb Threats

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A high school student has been accused of making two bomb threats at his school, which was evacuated.

The 17-year-old student at Union 32 High School in East Montpelier has been charged with two counts of false public alarm and is scheduled for a court appearance on July 12. His name has not been released

Vermont State Police said a bomb threat call was made to the school on yesterday morning. A second call was made in the afternoon.

Police said the school was evacuated both times and students were not allowed back in until it was deemed safe.

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