Two juveniles were arrested in connection with a bomb threat that was called into the Deep River Elementary School Thursday morning.
Students at Deep River Elementary School were evacuated as a precaution to neighboring John Winthrop Middle School around 9:20 a.m. after the threat was reported, officials with the Region 4 School District said
The elementary school was checked by emergency personnel.
After nothing was found, students were allowed to return to the building and resume classes around 11:30 a.m., police said.
Connecticut State Police arrested two juveniles, who were charged with breach of peace and threatening.
The juveniles were referred to the Middletown Juvenile Court.
Because of their ages, police are not releasing their names.
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