COPLEY-- A few posts between Facebook friends has landed a couple of Copley High School students in trouble.
Police say two 15-year-old boys threatened to plant and detonate a bomb at a school.
Some of those threats even targeted members of the school's marching band.
According to Copley Schools superintendent, Brian Poe, a student notified school officials early Friday morning after coming across a series of posts between two sophomore students.
In addition to the bomb threat, the students also made comments about killing other students, targeting band members specifically.
Beth Hofacker is a mother of two Copley High marching band members. "That's not something you can joke about especially when you have children," said Hofacker.
One of the students even went so far as to upload a photo of a weapon he claimed to be real. Turns out the weapon was a small toy from an action figure.
According to police, the sophomores at some point acknowledged in the posts that what they were saying could be interpreted as real threats.
They posted that they were not serious, but police and school officials are taking the posts serious.
There was an increased police presence following Friday night's game.
Police questioned the students and say they don't think anyone was in danger.
Now both have been charged with delinquency by reason of making false alarm.
They will go before the Summit County Juvenile Court next week.