A teenage student ran away Monday after he was accused of making threats to "shoot up the school" and wound a teacher.
Warner Robins Middle School administrators contacted police just before 2 p.m. Monday, according to a release from the Warner Robins Police Department.
After administrators confronted the 13-year-old about the threats, he ran away from the building at 425 Mary Lane.
Police went to his house later and arrested the boy.
He is charged with terroristic threats and acts, which is a felony, according to the department.
The student is in the custody of the Houston County Juvenile Division.
Friday, Warner Robins police increased patrols after threats were reported concerning Northside High School on Green Street, but the threats were never substantiated.