LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Two more juveniles have been arrested in the investigation of hoax threats against Sylvan Hills High School.
That’s according to the FBI’s Little Rock Office, which reported Tuesday afternoon that the additional arrests had taken place over the weekend.
With the new arrests that’s a total of 6 juveniles so far who’re accused of sending out threats.
The Pulaski County Special School District says they cannot comment on what schools the students attend.
The FBI and Sherwood Police Department will continue their investigation into these threats.
The Pulaski County Special School District issued this statement on the new arrests:
“We cannot comment as to which schools these juveniles attend. We can confirm they’re from Arkansas. We will not comment as to which posts/hoax threats they’re each associated with either.”
A fourth juvenile was arrested in connection to hoax threats made against Sylvan Hills High.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Three juveniles have been arrested for posting hoax threats against Sylvan Hills High School.
That’s according to the FBI Office in Little Rock in a post on its Twitter page Friday morning:
We’ll have more on this developing story as it becomes available.
On Friday afternoon the Pulaski County Special School district released the attendance numbers from February 14 of the three Sylvan Hills schools.
- 483 absent
- 684 present
- North (9th grade campus)
- 140 absent
- 268 present
- 394 absent
- 620 present