HAMILTON, Ohio - Two of the three teens charged with making violent threats at a local high school last month were placed on house arrest after the court hearing Wednesday morning
Police arrested three 17-year-old male students from the Edgewood School District on Aug. 24 after allegedly making threats of violence on Twitter. Police say the students -- whose names are not being released -- allegedly discussed using assault rifles, shotguns and explosives at Edgewood High School, 5005 Ohio 73 in Trenton, Ohio.
Police say there is no indication the teens had possession or access to the weapons they mentioned.
During their hearing Wednesday, both of the teens -- whose names will not be released -- were placed on house arrest and charged with misdemeanors.
One of the teens pleaded guilty and his attorney said he is a good kid who makes good grades. The teen is scheduled for a competency evaluation.
The second teen did not have an attorney, so the court will appoint one to him. He is scheduled to have another hearing next week.
Two suspects were charged with delinquency by reason of menacing and were released to the custody of their parents. A third suspect was charged with delinquency by reason of making terroristic threats, inducing panic and menacing. He is being held at the Butler County Juvenile Detention Center.
The third teen will appear in court on Sept. 20.
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