Huber Heights, Ohio – A woman has been charged after allegedly sending threatening letters to a Huber Heights school, according to police.
Attempting to induce panic charges have been filed against the woman in connection with the incident that occurred at Wayne High School on Tuesday, March 8, according to court papers. She entered a not guilty plea.
Police in Huber Heights were called to Wayne High School after staff found letters on the premises that said there would be a shooting at lunch time.
Footage obtained from surveillance cameras pointed to Traylor as the main suspect. She was arrested after police conducted an interview with her. According to authorities, she does not have prior criminal records.
According to court documents, Traylor claimed she did not send the threatening letters.
She appeared by video conference on Thursday afternoon. It is unknown when her next court appearance will take place.