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Breaux Bridge Students Arrested In Connection With Bomb Threat At Local School - 12/13/2017 -

PRESS RELEASE

St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office

December 13, 2017

4:15 p.m.

Contact: Major Ginny Higgins

Public Information Officer

(337) 394-3071

Breaux Bridge Students Arrested In Connection With Bomb Threat At Local School

(St. Martinville, LA)-On December 12, 2017, at approximately 10:20 a.m., the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer at Breaux Bridge High School was notified that a note containing a bomb threat along with a threat to a school official was located in the boy’s restroom.

An investigation was initiated into the incident and Investigators with the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office were able to identify two individuals who were responsible for composing and placing the note in the restroom. One of the individuals has been identified as Markaylon Carmouche, 17, Breaux Bridge and he was charged as follows:

1 Count of 14:24.54.6-Communication Of False Information Of Planned Bombing On School Property (Principal) (Felony)

1 Count of 14:24.38.2-Assault On A School Teacher (Principal) (Misdemeanor)

Also charged was a male juvenile, 16, Breaux Bridge, who was arrested and released on a custodial agreement to the custody of his parents after he was charged with the following:

1 Count of 14:24.54.6-Communication Of False Information Of Planned Bombing On School Property (Felony)

1 Count of 14:24.38.2-Assault On A School Teacher (Principal) (Misdemeanor)

The investigation is ongoing and the bond was set at $3,000.00 for Markaylon Carmouche.

These types of incidents are very serious and those who partake in this type of activity will be held accountable to the full extent of the law.

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