PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - Officials say a 17-year-old was arrested Friday for making a bomb threat at I.C. Norcom High School.
According to Jan Clark with the Portsmouth Police Department, a school resource officer responded to a threat involving a high school junior.
Clark said the student was acting disorderly in class, and refused to leave when asked. He then became agitated and told his teacher there was about to be a bombing at the school, according to police.
The school resource officer then placed the student in custody, charging him with one count of threat to bomb. He was taken to Chesapeake Juvenile Detention Center, pending a court hearing.
The high school was not placed on lockdown.
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