Plymouth High School Student Admits to Writing Bomb Threat


A Plymouth High School student has reportedly admitted to writing a bomb threat that shut down the school for a few hours on January 24.

A 15-year-old male student came forward Monday and admitted to Plymouth police that he wrote the bomb threat on the boys restroom wall. The student allegedly expressed to police that he had no intentions of harming other students or faculty.

The case has been forwarded to the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office for review.

A bomb threat was found in the boys bathroom at Plymouth High School the evening of January 23 and the school was delayed for two hours so police could thoroughly search the premises for any bomb material – specifically in the library. Indiana State Police bomb-sniffing dogs were brought in and police were stationed at the school for the majority of the day on January 24.