MANHATTAN - Two Kansas State University freshmen have been arrested for making bombs on campus.
In an email alert Monday to students and faculty, campus police said Jacob Termini, 19, and Joel Watkins, also 19, both from Overland Park, Kansas were arrested for felony criminal use of explosives.
Police say both students were arrested without incident and were cooperating with authorities. Bond is set at $2,000 for each student.
Termini, is a major in athletic training. Watkins is majoring in business administration.
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