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Sunday, June 7, 2009

A second student arrested for bomb threat at P.J. Jacobs Junior High School

bomb threat pranksA 14-year-old girl student at P.J. Jacobs Junior High School is at at Portage County Juvenile Detention Center custody for writing a bomb threat on a desk Friday for scrawling "12:30, Tuesday, Ka-boom," Stevens Point Police Department community resource officer Paul Piotrowski said.

This is the second threat found at the school in a four-day period, something she later said she did out of stupidity. A 15-year-old student was first arrested Friday for writing on a bathroom wall that a bomb would go off at school in June. The school then increased its surveillance, all lockers and backpacks were searched after the threats, formed a building emergency team and reviewed its safety measures with staff members, Superintendent Steven Johnson said.

At first Principal Dan Dobratz addressed the student body and accented how well the students handled the situation. But after the second, he spoke about long-term consequences.

"Students think in very short-term, and I don't think they understand the long-term consequences of this type of behavior," Dobratz said. "Overall, I'm very proud of our students. (The) kids were super cooperative on both days (of the locker and backpack searches). We never had one negative comment from anybody."

The school and police knew who wrote the second threat based on the unique handwriting and that fact that only a small number of students use that desk. The girl later admitted to the intended exploding and noisy pranks writing.

"This is just taking it to another level that is not acceptable by any stretch of the imagination, This one was definitely her just trying to be funny. She knew about the previous threat and she thought it would be funny to write something like that on the desk," he said. "After the first one, it tends to occur again, because it plants the idea. We're hoping the fact that we've made a couple arrests very quickly on these that the message will get out that this isn't something to laugh and joke about." Piotrowski said.

The police department typically gets several calls from schools about fights and end-of-the-year pranks and practical jokes stunts during spring time.

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Anonymous said...

i go to school there!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

The girl that made the threats lived behind me. She was a freak. the threats were real. Her dad even said he would help blow it up. She showed me her hit list

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Anonymous said...

Effing EEIdddiots!!!

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