LINCOLN, Ark. (AP) - Authorities in northwest Arkansas say a student has been arrested in a threat against a high school that prompted a brief lockdown.
Lincoln High School was under lockdown for about 15 minutes Thursday after a male student threatened to kill "everybody in the school."
Lincoln Police Chief Russell Morphis told Fayetteville television station KHOG (http://is.gd/EWqQu3 ) that the boy was charged with terroristic threatening.
Lincoln school Superintendent Clay Hendrix says parents weren't notified because the lockdown was so brief.
Information from: KHOG-TV, http://www.4029tv.com
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