Police in the Vermont town of Randolph say two teenagers are in custody, accused of making threats against several students at the local high school and at least one adult.
Police said the incidents happened over the weekend and involved students at Randolph Union High School. Administrators sent out an automated phone message to homes about the threats.
Police searched the homes of the teens, ages 14 and 15, and found several "bladed weapons." The teens were taken into custody Sunday.
The school has 455 students in grades 7-12.