By LESLIE EIKLEBERRY
Police arrested a Salina teen on Wednesday after a bomb threat allegedly was made at a local high school.
A staff member reported to the school resource officer that a 16-year-old boy had made a verbal threat concerning a bomb in the school to a group of people at Salina South High School, 730 E. Magnolia Road, on Wednesday, Salina Police Captain Gary Hanus said this morning.
Police were able to establish that the report was credible and the boy was taken into custody. Hanus said the boy was arrested on a requested charge of criminal threat. No bomb was found.