West Haven police have arrested a suspect in bomb threats made against West Haven High School.
On Thursday afternoon, police arrested 18-year-old Mariah Donavon, of West Haven. Police said she was enrolled as a student in the West Haven school system when the threats were made
She has been charged with three counts of breach of peace in the first-degree, according to police.
Police said the first incident was on Dec. 20.
Two West Haven high school students reported that they had gotten text messages that referenced blowing the school up, police said.
The second incident was on the morning of Jan. 15 when a bomb threat was left on the West Haven High School’s voice messaging system, according to police.
Investigators identified Donovan as a suspect and said she was held on a bond.
Police said no students or administration were in any danger.