East Tennessee high school student charged with starting shooting rumor

JACKSBORO, Tenn. (WATE) – An 18-year-old has been arrested and charged with starting a rumor that a shooting was planned at Campbell County High School.
Campbell County Sheriff’s office said Noah Cooper of LaFollette started a rumor at school that if students didn’t wear red on Thursday they might be shot. Cooper was charged with filing a false report/threat.
The threats sent students, parents, teachers and school administrators into a heightened panic, according to the sheriff’s office. The school alerted the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office to the threat and School Resource Officers and detectives were dispatched to the school to investigate the

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