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The student - a fourth grade at the Montgomery Elementary School in Dekalb County - is not identified and their exact age is not shared

Fourth grader accused of creating terrorist threats after compiling a & # 39; kill list & # 39; of classmates at their primary school in Georgia

  • The student – a fourth grade at the Montgomery Elementary School in Dekalb County – is not identified and their exact age is not shared
  • Due to the nature of the crime, the child will be charged with making terrostic threats on a trial call
  • They will not be arrested and instead processed in juvenile intake
  • The student's mother was unaware of the incident until she was informed by local reporters
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A primary school student in Georgia will be accused of making terrorist threats after authorities have said the student has a & # 39; death list & # 39; of their classmates.

The student – a fourth grade at the Montgomery Elementary School in Dekalb County – is not identified and their exact age is not shared.

Due to the nature of the crime, the child will be charged with making terrostic threats on a trial call.

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The student - a fourth grade at the Montgomery Elementary School in Dekalb County - is not identified and their exact age is not shared

The student – a fourth grade at the Montgomery Elementary School in Dekalb County – is not identified and their exact age is not shared

The student is not arrested and is instead incorporated in the juvenile intake, WSB TV reports.

The list was discovered after a thorough investigation by the DeKalb County School District.

Montgomery counselors and counselors were made available to support those in need.

The list was discovered after a thorough investigation at the school by the DeKalb County School District

The list was discovered after a thorough investigation at the school by the DeKalb County School District

The list was discovered after a thorough investigation at the school by the DeKalb County School District

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The student's mother was unaware of the incident until she was informed by local reporters.

& # 39; I am terrified and knowing that I have not been warned in my e-mail from the school or district really upset me & # 39 ;, said the student's mother, Lauren Taylor.

Officials shared that there seemed to be no immediate danger for students at the school.

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