Teen charged with threats in school closings

A 15-year-old boy was charged Saturday in connection with two threatening notes that disrupted classes last week at Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.
Maria Miller, spokeswoman for Prosecutor Kym Worthy, said the boy was charged with two counts of threat of terrorism. He was charged as a juvenile, and she did not release his name. Miller said a referee gave the boy a $50,000, 10% bond.
Canton police said the notes were found Monday and Wednesday, prompting a lockdown at the campus that houses Salem, Plymouth and Canton high schools.
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