The Grove City Area school district was in a panic after a threat was reported by law enforcement this Tuesday. While police did not give a description of the threat, they did say it was “vague” in nature. As a cautionary measure, parents were notified and 15 schools were placed on lockdown, meaning no students were allowed outside for any reason.
The lockdown was lifted before 9 a.m. after law enforcement determined the threat to be “not credible.” Now, Hunter Borror an 18-year-old former student of the school district has been arrested in connection with the threat. He’s been charged with inducing panic and is currently being held in the Franklin County Corrections Center until a bail is set.
Inducing panic is a felony offense, which can result in years in prison and expensive fines. If you’ve been charged with a felony or misdemeanor-level crime, it’s recommended you contact Joslyn Law Firm. We can provide you with quality legal representation from lawyers with years of experience under their belt.