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Swink community look for answers after possible school threats

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Class is in session as normal at the K-12 school in Swink, which is just 10 minutes west of La Junta.

The community is reeling and searching for answers after what the Otero County Sheriff’s Office is calling a possible threat to the school.

Court records obtained by News 5 show three teens were arrested and released in pre-trial supervision with trackers assigned to them.

We spoke with one woman who lives near one of the suspects, who said she’s concerned they are out of jail on $1000 dollars bond.

Court records show the three are not to have contact with one another.

There was a list of names found written on a gazebo floor a La Junta Park.

A picture spread quickly on social media.

It’s believed to be a list of targets for this possible threat.

A threat that the sheriff’s office said doesn’t exist now.

The investigation continues.

The teens are due back in court on Wednesday.

The District Attorney wouldn’t comment to News 5 on any possible charges.?

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