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A PUNTA GORDA TEEN WAS ARRESTED MONDAY AFTER DETECTIVES FOUND HE CALLED IN TWO BOMB THREATS AT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL.  POLICE SAY THE FIRST BOMB THREAT WAS CALLED IN TO THE SCHOOL SHORTLY BEFORE 12:30 FRIDAY WITH THE MALE CALLER TELLING THE OPERATOR THAT THERE WAS A BOMB IN THE CAFETERIA AND IT’S GOING TO DETONATE IN FIVE MINUTES.  THE CALLER, LATER IDENTIFIED AS 16 YEAR OLD TRAVIS GOFF, CALLED BACK IMMEDIATELY AND SAID “I’M NOT KIDDING, FIVE MINUTES.”  THE SCHOOL WAS EVACUATED AND SEARCHED, BUT NOTHING WAS FOUND.  LESS THAN AN HOUR LATER, OPERATORS RECEIVED A THIRD CALL SAYING “I TOLD YOU THE CAFETERIA.”  SCHOOL WAS DISMISSED EARLY AT THAT TIME AS AUTHORITIES SEARCHED AGAIN AND FOUND NOTHING.  A WITNESS CALLED CRIME STOPPERS ON SUNDAY AND PROVIDED INFORMATION LEADING TO GOFF’S ARREST.  HE WAS CHARGED WITH TWO COUNTS OF FALSE REPORT ABOUT PLANTING A BOMB, A FELONY, AND TWO COUNTS OF DISRUPTING A SCHOOL FUNCTION.  HE WAS TAKEN TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE IN FORT MYERS.