Threats close Jackson Co. high school

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Four Concord High School students are facing charges of making terroristic threats that closed the school today.

Jackson County Sheriff Steve Rand says, in a news release, that the four used social media to make threats that they were going to shoot students at the school.

The four 15-year-old boys were found and are now in the Jackson County Youth Center.

A deputy was stationed at the school today and the district was closed today as a precaution.

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