Teen taken into custody following alleged threat at Oklahoma City high school

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A teenager was taken into custody following an alleged threat at a metro high school.

Oklahoma City police responded to the scene at Santa Fe South High School, near I-240 and I-35, on Tuesday before 12:45 p.m.

Investigators say a student sent a text message, pretending to be another student, making a threat toward the school.

Authorities say they ultimately arrested 18-year-old Rafael Sanchez-Villa on complaints of terrorism hoax, false impersonation and violation of the Computer Crimes Act.

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