Minnesota Teen Faces Felony For Making Hit List
EXCELSIOR, Minn. (AP) - A Minnesota seventh-grader is facing a felony charge for making a list of people he wants to kill.
A 13-year-old boy at Minnetonka Middle School West in Excelsior, Minnesota showed a classmate a hit list on his iPad.
School officials received the list in an email.
The boy was arrested Tuesday and charged Friday with making terroristic threats.
According to the complaint, the boy told his classmate it was a list of people he wants to kill and said: "Your name is in the middle of it."
The boy later deleted the list, but police are examining his iPad.
The school says the boy won't be in class Monday.