MEDFORD, Ore.-- A suspect accused of making threats against South Medford High School has been arrested.
In an email to students and staff, the school district says the suspects is charged with disorderly conduct.
Police say the threats were determined to not be credible and that the suspect had no means to carry them out.
There will be still be increased police prescence at both North and South Medford High Schools Thursday.
Police say the threat against the school was made on social media.
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