Arrest Made After Bomb Threat at Muhlenburg School
By WestKyStar Staff
GREENVILLE, KY - The Kentucky State Police arrested a student in reference to a bomb threat at a Muhlenberg County school.
Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Department contacted State Police early Friday afternoon about a bomb threat at the West Campus of Muhlenberg County High School in Greenville. A drawing had been discovered on a wall of a bathroom stall that depicted a bomb, a school, Friday's date, and a time.
Emergency personnel from several agencies responded to the scene, and students were evacuated from the high school. A search was conducted by canines officers from the KSP Special Operations Section, and no explosives or devices were found.
As a result of investigation, Detective Scott Smith arrested Kristopher Caleb Robinson, 18 of Drakesboro, who is a student at the school. He was charged with terroristic threatening 1st degree and taken to the Muhlenberg County Detention Center.
State Police said that no arrests have been made in connection to another bomb threat that was made Monday.