DOVER-EYOTA, Minn. (KTTC)-- A Dover-Eyota High School student pleaded guilty to a felony charge yesterday after threatening the lives of a handful of his classmates back in December.
The 17-year-old was arrested in mid-December when deputies heard he had a hit list with some of his classmates names on it. The boy also had a small pocket-knife on him at the time.
He was originally charged with terrorist threats and possession of a dangerous weapon. The weapon charge was dropped, but he did plead guilty to the threat charges.
The teen was sentenced to probation and 40-hours of community work service.
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