You Big Dummy: Teenager Popped By One-Time For Phoning In Bomb Threats To Skip School

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Bad azz kids.

Girl Busted For Phoning In Bomb Threats To Skip School

This is why her dumbazz needed to go to school…so she wouldn’t be availabe to do isht like this.

According to NY Daily News:

She could have just faked the flu.

A Bronx teenager is facing up to seven years in the slammer for phoning in a series of bomb threats to her Claremont Village school in a bizarre bid to play hooky.

Destiny White, 16, was arrested Nov. 25 after a spree of four bomb scares that led to the evacuation of Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School, police said. She pleaded not guilty last week to aggravated harassment and felony charges of making terroristic threats.

“When I called the first time, I stated I was going to blow up the school,” White told a police detective when she was arrested, according to the criminal complaint. “I stayed home from school that day, and the next day I did it again because I wanted to stay home again.”

Worried that school employees who answered her calls might recognize her voice, White delivered her threats in a whisper.

“I’m going to blow up the school. I’m going to blow up the school. I’m going to blow up the school,” she told the school receptionist on Nov. 15 at 7:50 a.m., according to court records. The teen called back to repeat the threat, but no one answered. Everyone was already evacuating.

White is due back in Bronx Criminal Court on Jan. 13.

Now instead of planning for college, she may be planning for jail. Damn shame.

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