WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM) -- Police are investigating threats made against students at Kelloggsville High School.
Around 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, a female student told classmates that she and a fellow 10th grade student were planning to hurt other students during an assembly.
According to witnesses, the male student had a list of names of intended targets. That boy admitted to having a list of names of students he did not like.
Investigators worked with school officials and spoke with several witnesses. They also conducted interviews with the students involved and spoke to their parents, who were cooperative. A search of the teens' homes was conducted but no evidence of an attack was located.
Wyoming Department of Public Safety says the investigation continues, pending review by the Kent County Juvenile Court. The teens have been turned over to their parents.