Two Union-Endicott students who attend the Tiger Ventures high school in West Corners have been arrested following separate reported threats.

Authorities say a 15-year-old student at the school on the Linnaeus West campus in the town of Union has been charged with making a terroristic threat. He was arrested Thursday after he allegedly threatened to shoot "multiple students on a school bus."

According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office, a 14-year-old student on Wednesday made a threat to blow up the school. Investigators determined there was no credible threat to students or staff. That student also was charged with making a terroristic threat.

In an earlier case, a 13-year-old Windsor School District student allegedly threatened to kill another student on Valentine's Day. The student arrested in that case has been charged with menacing and harassment.

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