NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A Tennessee high school student has been suspended and charged after police say he used Twitter to make a bomb threat.
The Tennessean reported that 18-year-old Aaron M. Lampert, who attends Hillwood High School, is due in court Jan. 21.
Police say Lampert posted a Tweet on Dec. 17 making the threat. Another student saw the post and notified school administrators.
Lampert is charged with felony filing of a false report. He was freed Monday on a $2,000 bond.
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