Linden High School student may face prison time following felony terrorism threat

A Linden High School student may face up to 20 years in prison after making an alleged threat to shoot up the school. (WEYI)

LINDEN, Mich. --A Linden High School student may face up to 20 years in prison after making an alleged threat to shoot up the school.

According to the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office, the threat was discovered by a teacher on Tuesday, Feb 20.

The threat was reportedly written on a desk.

The student faces one count of making a terrorist threat or false report of terrorism in juvenile court, according to the prosecutor’s office.

This is the second time a student has made a violent threat against the school.

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