A Calhoun High School student was expelled during a special board meeting Wednesday for the rest of the 2012-13 school year, related to a bomb threat at the school earlier this month.

The hearing regarding the expulsion was held in open session at the parents request.

The expulsion was related to the juvenile student issuing false reports concerning bombs or other explosive devices.

After students were evacuated from the school, Calhoun Sheriff Carl Ballengee indicated authorities had a suspect, and State Police were questioning a 17-year-old female student regarding the incident.

Superintendent Roger Propst said, "I have no information on whether police have charged anyone, that decision is solely in the purveyance of law enforcement and the county prosecutor."

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