Student charged in bomb threat at Princeton High School

PRINCETON, WV (WVVA) – Police arrest a Princeton Senior High School student in connection with a bomb threat made at the school on Tuesday.

According to the Princeton Police Dept., Jasmine Nicole Keith, 18, was taken into custody at  PSHS Wednesday morning.

Keith is charged with threatening to commit a terrorist act with or without intent to commit the act. She’s currently being held in Southern Regional Jail on a $50,000 cash-only bond.

Police say Keith wrote the threat on a note then pretended to find it on the bathroom floor. Students were evacuated from the building until officers could determine the school was safe.

In addition to the criminal charge, Keith also faces expulsion.

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