16-Year-Old Arrested For Lamar High School Bomb Threat

By: KKTV
By: KKTV

A teenager has been arrested in Lamar for making a bomb threat last week to the high school.

The Lamar Police Department says on March 22, a bomb threat forced the evacuation of Lamar High School. On Monday, police arrested the 16-year-old student at Lamar High School who they say is responsible for the false report.

The teenager who was arrested will not be identified due to their age. They've been charged with one felony count of False Report of Explosives and one misdemeanor charge of Interference with a School. Lamar police say the juvenile was taken to the Pueblo Youth Center on a no bond warrant.

LPD says investigation is ongoing and other individuals may be charged at a later date.


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  • by Mayor Ryan on Mar 29, 2011 at 08:09 PM
    Cost of city services 1% interest 3 days in juvenile. Mayor Ryan rules in 30 seconds to save the taxpayers money. Nuff said.
  • by D.1 on Mar 29, 2011 at 08:07 PM
    Wow what are you smoking buddy and where can I get some?
  • by Opinion on Mar 29, 2011 at 12:34 PM
    My onion on the subject in interest in one of many contingencies and versatile variables. These baboons are not as they seem. They look as though they intend to jump, but infact they intend to hop. Mr. Greenwall acts as though these peculiar instances only happen when they are not happening. He tells us his lemming-like-fat-cat buddy Pratharius works for human spaghettification when he actually strives to "Dont Me Down".... BRUCE!! So when asked about these explorations in the mind of baboon--like-fat-lipped-fat-cats respond by yelling: PROBLY, PROBLY NOT!
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      by falconco on Mar 29, 2011 at 02:06 PM in reply to Opinion
      What story are you commenting on? Surely not a bomb scare at the high school in Lamar. Your post makes absolutely no sense.
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