Police didn't have much difficulty arresting two teenagers Friday who are accused of phoning in a bomb threat at Southwest Middle School.
That's because the two teen boys - along with a third still being sought - used the telephone at the house they were burglarizing, but they didn't call the school, police said. They delivered the threat by dialing 911.
"This indicates they would have been better off in school rather than burglarizing someone's house," said Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police spokesman Sgt. Mike Wilson. "Clearly that was not the brightest plan."
Two of the boys were in jail Friday night. Police were searching for the third.
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