The female juvenile arrested for making threatening phone calls to two Dyersburg city schools on Tuesday, Dec. 18, appeared in Dyer County Juvenile Court on Tuesday morning, Jan. 8.
A call to the Dyer County Juvenile Office on Hornbeak Street revealed no further information on the disposition of the case. An office representative stated juvenile records are sealed and unavailable to the public.
The 14-year-old girl was arraigned in December on two counts of false reporting. On Dec. 18, she was arrested by Dyersburg Police after it was determined she was the alleged caller of two threatening phone messages to Dyersburg Intermediate School and Dyersburg Primary School. Dyer County Juvenile Judge Jason Hudson determined during a court hearing on Dec. 19 that the juvenile should be remanded to the custody of the McDowell Center for Children until her trial on Tuesday.