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Police arrested a juvenile from Bangor on a charge of terrorizing Thursday night after a parent alerted authorities there may be trouble at Bangor High School’s homecoming bonfire.

The parent notified police about 6 p.m. Thursday that there were some “concerning statements posted on a social media platform” indicating there may be problems at the homecoming bonfire planned for that evening, according to a police statement.

Bangor High School officials canceled the bonfire and worked with police, whose investigation resulted in the arrest.

Police did not disclose whether the juvenile arrested was a student at Bangor high.

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Julie Harris

Julie Harris

As a longtime employee of Bangor Daily News, I have served many roles over the years, but I now have a dream job as Community Editor. I live in Hermon with my four Brittany dogs: Sassy, Bullet, Thistle...