(INDIANAPOLIS) - Two Indianapolis high school students have been expelled after they handed over a map of their school with the word "bomb" on it to their school bus driver.
RTV6 reports that the 14-year-old and 17-year-old gave their Southport High School bus driver the map as they were headed home.
Authorities searched the school and the boys' homes, but found no credible threat or materials to make bombs.
No charges were filed, as no crime was committed, however, the map violated school policy and both students were expelled.
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