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An A&M Consolidated High School student is in trouble with the law after authorities say he made a bomb threat against the school.
College Station Police received a call just before 1 p.m. Thursday that there was a bomb in the high school's parking lot.
Authorities determined the call came from a phone inside the school. Officers arrested a male juvenile student who they say was involved in the incident. He was charged with making a false alarm or bomb threat.
Police are still investigating to determine if the juvenile acted alone or if others were involved.
The student's name is being withheld because he is a minor.
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