Students accused of making threats against
INDEPENDENCE - Security was beefed up at Independence High School after two students were arrested and accused of making threats against the school.
Tangipahoa Parish Schools Superintendent Mark Kolwe said Principal Hugh Wallace said the students' grandmother called the sheriff's office Tuesday after finding written threats in the boys' room at home.
Due to the grandmother's concerns, Kolwe she kept the boys at home.
Authorities searched the house, found the written threats. The two students were arrested and are in the Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center.
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