New Iberia man arrested for school bomb threat - KLFY News 10

New Iberia man arrested for school bomb threat

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A New Iberia man was arrested after police say he called in a bomb threat at Jeanerette Sr. High School.

20-year-old Murphy Jenkins was charged with violation of communication of false information of planned bombing on school property and terrorizing.

Police say the incident happened on October 29.

 

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