Medina Valley student arrested after “Bomb threat” found written on wall

An 18-year-old male student was arrested and charged with making a Terroristic Threat at a Public Place after the words “Bomb Threat” were found written on a bathroom wall at Medina Valley High School on Thursday, February 15 around 4:00 pm.
“The SRO officer at the school had been investigating crude notes that were left in various places around the school for some time,” said Sheriff Randy Brown. “Then the words ‘Bomb Threat’ were found written on the bathroom wall this past week. Through questioning, we determined the student who was responsible for making the threats.”
He was booked into Medina County Jail and given a $10,000.00 Surety Bond for the charge of TERRORISTIC THREAT INTERRUPT PUBLIC PLACE, and he was also charged with Graffiti with a $15,000 Surety Bond.