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Two juveniles arrested after threats of violence at Iowa school, a courthouse, and others

KNOXVILLE, IOWA - Two juveniles were arrested after the FBI told police about threats of violence at an Iowa school, a courthouse, and others.

KNOXVILLE, IOWA – Two juveniles were arrested after the FBI told police about threats of violence at an Iowa school, a courthouse, and others.

Shortly after 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 12, 2023, the FBI made Knoxville Police Officers aware of online threats of violence made to Knoxville Community Schools, Marion County Courthouse, unnamed institutions within Knoxville, as well as named and unnamed persons within that community.

Through a thorough investigation officers developed two juvenile suspects. Officers spoke with the two suspects. Based on those interviews and the totality of information gathered from the investigation, the threats were assessed to be noncredible. Both juvenile suspects, whose identities were not disclosed, were taken into custody.

Additional steps were taken to ensure the safety of students and staff of the Knoxville Community Schools, customers and employees of the courthouse, all other entities, and persons.

The Knoxville Police Department thanked the FBI, Knoxville Community School District, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and the Marion County Attorney’s Office for their assistance with this investigation.

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