MADISON COUNTY, Ind. -- A 19-year-old student in Frankton-Lapel Community School district was arrested Thursday following a report of threats.
Madison County sheriff's deputies say the student, who attends the district's alternative school, made a comment to another student regarding having access to guns and plans to shoot up the school.
Deputies say Francisco Martinez-Hernandez admitted to them that he made those statements.
Martinez-Hernandez was arrested and has been preliminarily charged with felony intimidation.
He's currently being held in the Madison County Detention Center.
Deputies found no weapons at Martinez-Hernandez's home in Anderson.
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