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June 7, 2013

2 more face charges in school bomb threats case

CLINTON, Miss. —

Clinton police have arrested two additional suspects for their alleged involvement in a series of bomb threats made in mid-May to Clinton High School.
 
Interim Police Chief Mike Warren tells The Clarion-Ledger 19-year-old Quandarius Woodson, of Brandon, turned himself in Wednesday night.
 
Police also charged a Clinton juvenile, who is not being identified because of his age, on May 17. Woodson, the juvenile and 18-year-old Raejonn Higginbottom are charged with calling in a bomb threat, a charge formally called felony false reporting of placing explosives and weapons of mass destruction.
 
Higginbottom, a student at the Clinton district's alternative school, was charged May 16.
 
It was unclear whether the students have attorneys.

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