IRVING (CBSDFW.COM) – Two North Texas teenagers have been arrested in separate incidents after they allegedly made shooting threats against schools this week, police said.

Police in Irving said a 14-year-old student made a threat against Singley Academy, saying that he was going to shoot up the school. Students who saw the threat on Tuesday reported it to police on Thursday.

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According to police, no gun was found on the student and that he will be charged with a Class A misdemeanor.

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“The Irving Police Department is aware of a threat made to Singley Academy. Through swift coordination between the Irving Independent School District, school security, and Irving Police the issue has been addressed,” police said.

In McKinney, a 13-year-old student was arrested after making a shooting threat against Cockrill Middle School. Police said a gun was not found on the boy.

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The identities of the students were not released.