Friday, February 12, 2016

Ex-student charged in bomb threats to Cherry Hill high school


A local man was arrested for calling in two bomb threats to Cherry Hill High School East this week, according to township police.

Alex Carson, 20, of the first block of Banner Road, Cherry Hill, was charged with two counts of terroristic threats and two counts of creating a false public alarm.

Carson, a former student, admitted calling in the threats, police said. 

He was released after being issued a court summons for Nov. 21.  Carson left the police administration building with his parents.

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