Teens Indicted For Threats Made Against Cheerleaders

A grand jury indicts two teens accused of making threats against a school cheerleading team.

Police say they recovered cell phone calls with Greg and William Lewis talking about using bombs and even sniper shooting the Harlan High School Cheerleaders.

The 18-year-old cousins are now facing second degree terroristic threatening and second degree complicity to terroristic threatening charges.

They will be arraigned November 20th in Harlan Circuit Court.


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  • by me Location: harlan on Nov 4, 2008 at 05:43 PM
    well, i think they are being treated unfairly.their bond is set at 50,000 dollars full cash. when others are getting out on surety bonds. why hasn't wkyt contacted these boys family and see how they are feeling? they are human. one of the boys has a clean slate never been in trouble. why not ror him or surety bond him.there is some things told that's not facts.
  • by me Location: kentucky on Nov 4, 2008 at 10:14 AM
    How do you really know if he is innocent? No one in jail is ever guilty. That is a running joke among prisoners. If he's so innocent then why do they have evidence. If they didn't have ev
  • by PRAY FOR THE INNOCENT Location: HARLAN on Nov 3, 2008 at 09:35 PM
    GREG HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS! NO ONE WILL DO ANYTHING TO HELP HIM. WHERE IS FAIRNESS!? WHERE IS TRUTH!? WHERE IS JUSTICE?

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