UPDATE: Student accused of Menomonie HS threat found guilty

Courtesy: Menomonie School District
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MENOMONIE, Wis. (WEAU) -- The student accused of making a threat at Menomonie High School back in November has been found guilty.

Dunn County District Attorney Andrea Nodolf made the announcement in a press release Wednesday. The student was found guilty of a felony charge of making terroristic threats.

Nodolf said the juvenile defendant admitted to placing a note in a student bathroom on November 14. The note said the school was going to be “shot up” that same day.

The juvenile defendant is currently awaiting sentencing in a closed, confidential hearing.

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