Three teenagers in St. Martin have been arrested for allegedly making threats against their school. Authorities say more arrests could be forthcoming. All of the threats were made against the St. Martin Middle School between Saturday and Tuesday. The three teenagers, all 13-year-olds, were taken into custody at the Jackson County Youth Court. Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell warns parents that making such threats are now considered a felony offense in the state of Mississippi.
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