Video: Police Arrest Two Teenagers in Connection to Cyber Threats


SEWELL, N.J. – Police have arrested two teenagers in connection to the cyber threats targeting Washington Township.
In Sewell, a 13-year-old girl has been charged with cyber harassment, as well as a 14-year-old boy who is a Washington Township High School student.
The teenage girl made broad threats against Bunker Hill Middle School students that became more specific. The threats included names and addresses of individuals and told people that they should be scared and to not walk alone.
The Washington Township minor also charged with cyber harassment made similar threats at his local high school. Reports say his threats were more of a general threat to the public.
School districts in much of South Jersey are amping up security after receiving similar clown threats.
On Monday, Vineland High School received reports of such a threat. However, Vineland School officials on Tuesday say there have been no further threats since those we reported to you last night.