Kempsville High student arrested for texting threats to harm another student
Virginia Beach, Va. – A Kempsville High School student was arrested Wednesday for text messaging threats to harm another student.
The 17-year-old female suspect was charged with one felony count of electronically communicating threats to commit serious bodily harm and two misdemeanor counts of use of profanity and threatening language over a public airway.
She was released to the care of her parents after being arrested and taken to Juvenile Intake.
According to Virginia Beach Police, the charges stem from incidents involving three victims, which took place between February and October 2013. Additional charges are pending.
She also faces further disciplinary action from the school system.
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