2 Long Island High School Students Arrested in Graffiti Threat Scrawled on Bathroom Wall

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    Police arrested two Long Island high school students Friday morning while investigating a graffiti threat scrawled on the school's bathroom wall.

    The teens are accused of writing a terroristic threat on a bathroom wall at Valley Stream South High School on Monday.

    Police say they arrested the boys at the school Friday morning. They're charged with making a terroristic threat and making graffiti. 

    One of the students, a 16-year-old boy, was scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead. The other, considered a juvenile, was released on a desk appearance ticket and will appear in court next month.

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