HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Hamden police have arrested a teenager in connection with a bomb threat at a high school. Hamden police say they arrested a juvenile Thursday. The arrest was made in connection with a bomb threat made at Whitney High School North at 205 Skiff Street in Hamden on February 27th. Hamden police were called in after the threat that day. The building was searched but no explosives were found. The juvenile was issued a summons and is schedule to appear in Waterbury Juvenile Court on April 2nd. The teen is charged with Threatening 1st Degree and Falsely Reporting an Incident.
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