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WESTERN ALAMANCE STUDENT CHARGED IN BOMB THREATS
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WESTERN ALAMANCE STUDENT CHARGED IN BOMB THREATS

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A 15-year-old Western Alamance High School student has been charged with calling in two bomb threats to the school in the past month, the Alamance County Sheriff's Department reported.

Juvenile petitions were taken out against the student Friday after detectives and school officials determined the threats had been called in by the same student.

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