Students at a Fresno area high school were sent home earlier today after a bomb threat and rumors on social media prompted safety concerns. FM89’s Diana Aguilera reports.
Two teens were arrested today after the principal at Bullard High School received a bomb threat via email, prompting an early release of students.
The suspects, who are 18 and 17 years of age, are also believed to be responsible for recent graffiti vandalism on campus, and at two nearby churches. Some of the messages sprayed on walls included “the oppressed will rise” and a black skull.