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Student Arrested for Making Threats

Student Arrested for Making Threats

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(KSL News) -- Iron County sheriff's officials say a high school student made a hit list threatening more than a dozen classmates.

The Parowan High School student is in juvenile detention facing charges for making terrorist threats, theft and assault.

Officials won't give out the student's name, age, the nature of the threats or the plan behind them.

The school's principal says another student found out about the list, which included about 15 names, and alerted school officials.

Deputies searched the suspect's bedroom but aren't releasing what evidence they found.

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