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Student Held After Rap Video Appears to Threaten Shooting

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Authorities say a Michigan high school student has been arrested after allegedly making a rap video that appeared to threaten a school shooting.

Police say the student at Marysville High School was being held at a juvenile detention center ahead of a hearing last week in St. Clair County.

Marysville district officials say the student wasn't at school the day they notified police. The student is facing a domestic-terrorism charge.

Vol. 38, Issue 26, Page 5

Published in Print: March 20, 2019, as Student Held After Rap Video Appears to Threaten Shooting
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