Editor's Note: This story is corrected from an original version. The incident happened at Twinsburg's alternative school, not Twinsburg High School.
A 16-year-old Twinsburg student was charged with inducing panic after police say she made threats at Twinsburg's alternative school on Dec. 18, according to a police report.
According to the police, the teen reportedly said over the phone she was going to "murder everyone up in here" while in a classroom at the alternative school, located at a separate building from the high school.
The teen then left the school, according to police. Officers caught up with her at her mother's home later that day and asked the teen to come to the police station the next day to meet with officers and school officials.
The student and her mother said the threats stemmed from a dispute with another student.
The student was charged with inducing panic, a first-degree misdemeanor.