17-year-old facing charges after threatening two Oklahoma City schools

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A 17-year-old girl is facing charges after threatening two Oklahoma City schools.

Officials with Oklahoma City Public Schools say they were made aware of a social media threat against Northeast Academy and John Marshall Mid-High Thursday evening.

The 17-year-oldĀ  was arrested after investigators determined she set up a social media account under another person’s name and then sent out the threat.

She was booked into a detention facility for juveniles on charges of Terrorism Hoax and False Impersonation.

As a precautionary measure, OKCPS and OCPD had additional security at both schools Friday and will as well on Monday.

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