INDIANAPOLIS -- A student at Perry Meridian High School was arrested Sunday night after an threat against the school was posted on Twitter.
Families with students enrolled at Perry Meridian High School received a message from the superintendent Sunday evening, saying the district had received a cyber threat.
Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department found and arrested a juvenile. He was questioned at IMPD's headquarters and released to his parents, police say.
Investigators will present their findings to the prosecutor's office for a final decision on criminal charges.
School is in session Monday morning.
Superintendent Tom Little notified the community at 6:30 a.m., saying the student has been suspended from school, pending expulsion proceedings.
Police in Plainfield are also working on finding the person who made threats against the local high school. More on that search in the related links below: