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(Cedar City-AP) -- The parents of a Parowan High School student on an alleged hit list say deputies plan to notify them if the suspect is released from juvenile detention.
Iron County Sheriff's deputies arrested a student May 19 for making terrorist threats after finding out the student allegedly wrote a hit list with about 15 names on it.
A parent who didn't want to be identified says deputies will notify them if the suspect is released so they can file a protective order if they find it necessary.
Parowan High School Principal Scott Doubek (Dooh-Beck) says a student found out about the list with about 15 names on it then alerted school officials who notified police. Doubek says the boy said he was kidding when he was confronted about the list.
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