Sep 27, 2011 5:58 AM by Lauren Wilson & AP
MONROE, La. (AP) - Hearings have been set for two West Monroe High School students accused of cyberstalking.
According to the News-Star, Juvenile Assistant District Attorney Doniele Staten said on Monday the juveniles, both female, were arrested at the school as a result of Facebook postings which threatened bodily injury to another student.
The alleged actions took place at home on personal computers and not on the school's computers.
Police became involved in the incident after the school's resource officer was notified of the postings, which led to the arrests earlier this month.
Staten says the girl that was threatened was afraid to go to school.
The juveniles were arrested and taken to Green Oaks Detention Center where they were later released.