Jay Manning is the new school resource officer for North College Hill after the previous officer, Christopher Files, was accused of making bombs threats to the school on March 21.
On his very first day of his new assignment at the school on Monday, two teens were arrested across the street of the high school with guns, according to police.
A concerned citizen tipped police off to the two teens.
What the two suspects planned on doing is still unclear because police didn't buy their version of events. Brandy Jackson and a 16-year-old were arrested and charged with inducing panic.
“They stated to us that they were to pick up one of their cousins,” Manning said. “We have since talked to the cousin and the parent and that story is not correct.”
Jackson is at the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $300 thousand bond. He is charged on two counts of inducing panic.
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