RED BLUFF, Calif - Red Bluff Police arrested two teenagers after they said the two threatened another student.
Officers said the incident happened Wednesday morning at Vista School.
A 12-year-old female student told the school resource officer that the two boys, ages 13 and 14, threatened her on social media.
She said the boys sent her a photo of them holding guns, threatening to shoot her.
Officials arrested one student at school and the other in his home.
No guns were found in both instances.
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