An 18-year-old Yankton High School student has been charged with making a false bomb threat at the school.
Tanner Termansen was arrested Tuesday and later charged with falsely reporting a bomb threat, a felony.
He also has been suspended from school.
School District Superintendent Wayne Kindle says the bomb threat was found written on a table at the school library, and school officials immediately called police.
Students were held in their fifth-period classrooms during an investigation by police and school administration officials.
Kindle says it was the first bomb threat at a school in the district in more than a dozen years.
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