2 teens arrested following bomb threat to Marshfield High School

MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) -- Marshfield Police say they’ve arrested two 17-year-old girls following a school threat.

Police say the teens were arrested for making terroristic threats after a joint Marshfield Police and Marshfield School District investigation showed they had written such threats in the bathroom at Marshfield High School.

Police said Monday, there would be additional officers at Marshfield High School in the coming days after a bomb threat.

Charges will be forwarded to Wood County District Attorney for prosecution.

The names of the teens were not released.