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EAST LONGMEADOW -- Police arrested a 14-year-old juvenile and will seek a warrant for the arrest of a 17-year-old in Washington State for their alleged involvement in a bomb threat made Wednesday afternoon at Birchland Middle School.

Sgt. Patrick Manley said the 17-year-old, who lives in Issaquah, Washington, made the call on behalf of the 14-year-old, a student at Birchland. The two suspects apparently developed a friendship through online video gaming.

The incident began shortly after 2 p.m., at about the time the school typically lets out. Manley said the 17-year-old allegedly called the school from Washington and said there was a bomb in the school and that "everybody is going to die."

At Birchland buses that were already waiting for students moved to an empty lot a block away, and students marched there to board their bus for the ride home, Manley said.

East Longmeadow police quickly unraveled their case after receiving a call from a parent of the 14-year-old who had viewed text messages on her son

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[color=#282828]"Sgt. Patrick Manley said the 17-year-old, who lives in Issaquah, Washington, made the call on behalf of the 14-year-old, a student at Birchland. The two suspects apparently developed a friendship through online video gaming."[/color]


[color=#282828] [/color][color=#282828]we need to ban video games!!! :D[/color]
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The sheer stupidity of people never ceases to amaze me.

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Well since bombs are already illegal, I guess we could always ban video games.

In all seriousness, I hope they both get some jailtime out of it, maybe some community service. Maybe that will straighten them out before they turn into adults and become serial killers or something.

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[quote name='Rohdekill' timestamp='1356053184' post='595406222']
The sheer stupidity of people never ceases to amaze me.
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+1 (Love your avatar!)

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no. it is illness mental in that person. you remember that Grand Theft Auto video games?

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We need stronger [s]gun[/s], uh, I mean bomb control.

Seriously, one of the parents spoke up. Brilliant! We'll never know how many lives may have been saved.

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At least they were stopped before someone got hurt, which is the main thing.

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