Lilly teens charged with making terroristic threats

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LILLY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Two Lilly teens have been charged with making terroristic threats, according to police.

Police say staff at Penn Cambria Middle School discovered two male juvenile students in possession of suspected hit lists.

State police were contacted and both juveniles, ages 13 and 14, were interviewed with their parents.

Police determined that neither juvenile had access to weapons.

Superintendent for the school, Bill Marshall, says that one of the students facing charges reported the list himself, saying it was all a joke.

Pennsylvania State Police Trooper, Clifford Greenfield, says the two were charged through the juvenile probation system and a decision is currently pending.

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