Pa. teen to remain in custody over school threats
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - January 15, 2013 (WPVI) -- A Bucks County teenager will remain locked up indefinitely for making terroristic threats against his high school.
The 14-year old said he wanted to kill teachers and students at Council Rock South last month.
Authorities found two handguns during a search of the boy's home.
He later pled guilty to making terroristic threats.
On Tuesday, a judge ordered the teen to remain in juvenile custody possibly until the age of 21.
His case will be reviewed very six months.
He must also write a letter of apology to the school.
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