Two students from Justus-Tiawah Junior High have been arrested in connection to a threatening list of names, officials said.
A letter went out to parents of all Justice Justus-Tiawah Junior High students this week informing them of the situation.
That letter explained that the school received notification of a possible list of several students and staff names, they say that threatening list appeared to be credible and concerning.
Officials at Justus-Tiawah Junior High said that they immediately notified the Rogers County Sheriffs Department, who, during their investigation found that the list does exist, leading to the arrest of two students.
According to the letter, those students will also be disciplined by the school in accordance with the board of education policy.
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