Teens arrested for allegedly uttering threats

The youths were said to have trespassed on a school property and, when asked to leave, allegedly made threats. One of them, police said, showed signs of having an eagerness to start a fight.

Two teenagers were arrested in Brocklehurst on Wednesday afternoon after Kamloops Mounties responded to a reported disturbance that grew into allegations of assault and uttering threats.

RCMP Const. Crystal Evelyn said police responded to the call just before 3:00 p.m. on April 14 in the 900-block of Windbreak Street.

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Two teens were said to have trespassed on a school property and, when asked to leave, allegedly made threats. One of them, Evelyn said, showed signs of having an eagerness to start a fight.

The area is near Brocklehurst middle school and Kay Bingham elementary, but police have not disclosed at which school the teens were said to have caused the disturbance.

Police located and arrested two teens, who were taken later released with conditions and a court date, pending the investigation’s completion and potential charge recommendations, Evelyn said.

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