6 students charged with terrorizing in Livingston Parish
WATSON- Six students at Live Oak High School in Livingston Parish have been arrested, after they were found to be involved in what appeared to be a a plot to damage the school, as well as harm students.
Deputies say the students claimed it was all part of a joke.
17 year-old Matthew Arnold, 18 year-old Aaron Crow and 17 year-old Hannah Girior were all booked into the Livingston Parish Jail on terrorizing charges.
Three other students, ages 15,15 and 16, were also charged with terrorizing and were taken to the Florida Parishes Detention Center.
The investigation is ongoing.
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