A Fort Riley teen was arrested last Friday after allegedly making a threat against a Junction City school. According to the U.S. Army, the unidentified 14-year-old was taken into custody on February 23 and is being held without bond in juvenile detention until a March 1 court hearing in Geary Co. District Court. The Army says the teen made a verbal threat against the Freshman Success Academy in Junction City, Kansas. The arrest came after a joint investigation by Fort Riley and the Junction City Police Dept. The Junction City Police Dept. said they interviewed several other students and do not believe anyone else was involved. USD 475 officials notified parents about the investigation on Sunday, according to the Army. The Junction City Police Dept. also stepped up its presence at the school Monday, not because of any imminent danger, rather “in a show of support for the safety and security programs currently in place.” The Junction City Police Dept. says later that day they arrested a 12-year-old for allegedly threatening another student.