Dublin, Calif. — Police officials say a 14-year-old Dublin, Calif. resident was arrested after allegedly making bomb threats by phone over a period of three days to schools in Montana.
"Dublin Police was contacted by the Helena Police Department in Montana concerning bomb threats made to their local schools over a period of three separate days," police officials said. "Helena Police identified a 14-year-old juvenile who resides in the City of Dublin that is suspected of making the telephone calls. Dublin Police detectives and officers located the juvenile and took him into custody."
The case is being investigated by Helena Police Department, F.B.I., Dublin Police Services, and the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, according to police.
Investigators are not releasing any further details because the investigation is ongoing.
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