Two teenagers accused of making threats to a cheerleading team are out of jail Thursday night, but with restrictions.
Police say they discovered cell phone calls where Greg and William Lewis talked about acting as snipers to shoot girls on the Harlan High School Cheerleading Squad.
The cousins are out of jail, but under house arrest. They have to wear ankle bracelets for monitoring and can't make phone calls.
They are due back in court in January.