TUMWATER, Wash. -- A 14-year-old Tumwater boy pleaded not guilty on harassment and weapons charges Monday. The boy allegedly made threats to harm students and himself at Black Hills High School.
Earlier in December, a judge ordered set bail at $100,000 on charges of harassment, unlawful gun possession and possession of a dangerous weapon.
In a search, police found two weapons in his bedroom along with ammunition, gun powder and fireworks, and an unknown white powder.
The pre-trial was set for January 8.