INDIANAPOLIS -- Police say a 15-year-old is facing charges for his involvement in a threat against Perry Meridian High School.
Investigators with IMPD identified the teen as the only suspect in the online threats which were made on January 10.
At that time, the teen was questioned by investigators and released to his parents.
An arrest warrant was obtained Wednesday for the 15-year-old and he was taken into custody without incident.
Police say the teen is facing preliminary felony charges of intimidation and false reporting.
He's being held at the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center.
Meantime, Plainfield Police continue to look for the person who made threats against the high school there.
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Members of the community are invited to a forum on Tuesday, January 19, at Plainfield High School to ask questions and share their concerns about the threats.
Representatives from the FBI, Indiana State Police, Plainfield Police and the Town of Plainfield will be on hand.
The forum will be held in the high school auditorium from 6 - 7:30 p.m.