Police: Student, 14, wrote ‘kill list’ at Upper Dauphin school

LOYALTON, Pa. (WHTM) – Police say they plan to charge a 14-year-old student who made threats at Upper Dauphin Area Middle School.

The boy on Aug. 30 was seen writing “kill list” on his left arm. The “list” included the names of a school official and three students at the middle school, state police in Lykens said in a news release.

The student, a resident of Lykens, was removed from class without incident and committed on a mental health evaluation, police said.

The pending charge is terroristic threats.

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