Monroe County officials have filed a juvenile complaint against a ninth-grade boy suspected of making threats against classmates and faculty.
That's according to Allison Selman-Willis, spokeswoman for the sheriff's department.
She said it's up to the state Department of Juvenile Justice whether to take that boy into custody.
They have not released the boy's name.
For the past two days, Monroe County schools and the sheriff's office have investigated what they call a terroristic threat.
A parent who reported it to the school district says a sheriff's deputy interviewed her last night.
She saw a list of students and staff -- headed "death list" -- and her daughter's name was on it. She said she saw the list while being interviewed by a deputy Tuesday night.
The woman says she does not want to be named due to the reaction around town since yesterday when she first started discussing the case.
She said her eighth-grade daughter was too upset by that reaction to go to school today.
Today, assistant Superintendent Jackson Daniel said there was no new developments in the case. He would not comment on whether a ninth-grade boy suspected of creating the list was in custody or was back in school today.
The mother says she was told that the boy who made the list was not in school Tuesday.
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