COAL TOWNSHIP — A 13-year-old Coal Township boy, who is a student at Shamokin Area Middle/High School, has been charged by Cpl. Joshua Wynn with threatening to shoot another male student while in a school district van Wednesday afternoon in Shamokin Township.

Police said the teen is accused of causing a disturbance in the van shortly after 3 p.m. and threatening the other student by claiming he would get a gun and shoot him.

The juvenile was charged with misdemeanors of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct through Northumberland County Juvenile Court Services.

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