SALISBURY, Md.- A 15-year-old girl is facing multiple charges in connection with a bomb threat made to Salisbury Middle School on Friday.
The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office said that at around 11:25 a.m. Friday a staff member at Salisbury Middle School received a threat via a telephone call warning of an imminent bomb detonation on school property.
Based on the information received, the school administration initiated an evacuation of students to an off campus location while the school was inspected.
During the investigation that followed, a deputy was able to determine the identity of the subscriber information of the phone where the call came from. Authorities said the investigation revealed that a 15-year-old female student at Salisbury Middle School had made the threatening call.
The deputy located the teen on Monday, and concluded the investigation by placing the teen under arrest.
According to investigators, it was discovered that the teen made the bomb threat because she wanted to get out early.
The teen was charged with threat of mass violence, threat to explode destructive device and disrupting school operations. She has been detained by Juvenile Services in the Lower Shore Children’s Center pending a future court appearance.