MARS, Pa. (KDKA) — A second teenager has been arrested in connection to threats made in the Mars Area School District.READ MORE: Two People Taken To The Hospital After Being Shot In Stowe Township
Adams Township Police announced Monday that they arrested another 16-year-old girl in connection to a bomb threat made in the school district.
The first arrest connected to the incident, a 16-year-old girl who is a sophomore at the high school, was made on Friday.READ MORE: 18 Inmates Of Washington County Jail Quarantined Following Positive COVID-19 Tests
On Tuesday, police said a piece of paper with the phrase “Bomb 541” was found on a hallway floor at the high school, and on Wednesday, authorities say a bomb threat was found on a stall wall in the girl’s bathroom, also at the high school.
Bomb threat rumors were spotted on social media on Thursday, prompting school to be canceled Friday.MORE NEWS: Two Firefighters Injured While Battling Duplex Fire In Lawrenceville
Both teenagers are facing multiple terroristic threats charges and were transferred to the care of Butler County Juvenile Probation.