(HIGHLAND, Ks.) A suspect involved in a bomb threat at a northeast Kansas college has been arrested, according to police in Ohio.
The North College Hill Police Department in Ohio says the suspect turned himself in on Thursday.
Highland Community College in Doniphan County, Kansas was evacuated on Wednesday following a bomb threat called into the college.
Police swept the campus but didn't find anything suspicious.
The North College Hill Police Department says officers were able to trace the phone number used to make the threat back to the suspect in Ohio.
The suspect's name has not been released.
Police say the suspect is awaiting extradition back to Kansas on charges of making terroristic threats.
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