Two Out-Of-State Teens Arrested For Bomb Threats Against Kenner School

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Two teenagers from out-of-state are under arrest and accused of phoning in bomb threats to a school in Kenner.

Police say Kenner Discovery School on Loyola Drive has been evacuated three times this month because of the threats.

Police say they identified the two suspects after the second threat.

One of the 13-year-olds lives in Michigan, and the other in Illinois.

Local police arrested them on charges of communicating false emergency information.

The teens will be extradited to Jefferson Parish to be prosecuted.

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