Mich. student arrested for school threat
By Nico Rubello
Fraser-Clinton Township Chronicle
FRASER, (Mich.) — A Fraser High School student has been arrested and is facing felony charges related to allegations that he said aloud on Dec. 18 that he would bring a gun to school Friday, Dec. 21, and shoot people, in light of it being the "end of the world" by the Mayan calendar, said a Fraser Public Safety official.
Police Lt. Dan Kolke, of the Fraser Department of Public Safety, said there was no indication that the student actually ever brought a gun into school - he was arrested on Dec. 19 - but he still faces felony charges related to the alleged threat.
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