Paulding student charged with gun violence threat ...
by Staff Reports
09:42 AM, Monday, September 22
Parents and students returned from a weeklong fall break today to reports the sheriff's office arrested a Paulding County High School student in connection with threats of gun violence at the school he allegedly made through an undisclosed source....

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