Authorities are questioning a student Monday afternoon after a bomb threat was reported at the Mounds High School.
Officials with the Mounds Police Department and the Creek County Sheriff's Office gave the all clear at the school around 3 p.m. This was after school officials received word of a possible bomb threat.
According to a briefing outside the school, Mounds Public Schools was notified that an unidentified student had threatened to blow up the school and had made the threat on Twitter.
Authorities entered the school after evacuating the students and discovered no credible threat. The student is being questioned by police at this time.
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