By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Posted Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021
A 14-year-old freshman at Huron High School was formally charged Thursday for allegedly making a threat against the high school on Wednesday.
The student, who is not being identified due to their juvenile status, is charged with intentional threat to commit violence against a school, school employees or students.
Bond was set for $3,000/10%.
Bond was subject to the following three conditions:
1. That the juvenile must comply with the terms of school suspension, if any
2. That the juvenile may not have access to any firearm or other weapons, and
3. That the juvenile may not have access to the internet/social media without direct adult supervision
At about 10:16 a.m. on Wednesday, a teacher at Huron High School reported overhearing the student making a threat to “shoot up the school like Oxford” during a verbal altercation with another student.
The Huron Township Police Department school liaison officer was immediately notified, and the student was then taken into custody at 10:20 a.m.
Police said the student’s locker and belongings were searched and that no weapons were located.
The student’s parents were notified.