Last Modified: Wednesday, February 06, 2013 12:10 PM
TIOGA (AP) — Authorities say two Tioga High School students are facing terrorism charges in the case of emails sent to the school on Jan. 31 that resulted in a lockdown and extra security.
Rapides Parish sheriff's deputies told The Town Talk the 17-year-olds face 10 counts of terrorism. Both were booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center and are being held without bond.
Detectives say their cyber-crimes unit was able to identify the suspects during the investigation.
All electronic devices that were used in the case have been seized.