13-year-old faces charge after Kearney school threat
A 13-year-old student faces a criminal charge after police and Kearney Public Schools investigated a bomb threat.
KPS said they were investigating after they found a message about a bomb on a student's desk Thursday morning.
The City of Kearney reported that the investigation of the bomb threat led Kearney Police Department officers to a student locker where a notebook was located. The notebook contained what appeared to be threatening information. Information from the scene at the school was processed and Officers wrote an affidavit for a search warrant at 606 W. 9th Street in Kearney.
The warrant was signed by a judge and executed at 12:03 p.m. Four people were located in the residence including one adult and three juveniles. Officers located drugs and a handgun in the residence.
Heather Love, 36, was arrested and charged with four counts of child abuse, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana concentrate, and possession of a handgun by a prohibited person.
The 13-year-old boy was taken into custody and charged with terroristic threats regarding the threat at Horizon Middle School. He was placed in the custody of Health and Human Services.
Two other juveniles who were located in the residence face no charges. The city said the four counts of child abuse against Love stem from the fact that she has four children who live in the home who were exposed to the drug abuse in the home.