Teen Gets Busted for Using Facebook to Threaten Classmates

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A New Jersey teen is facing unspecified charges after allegedly using Facebook to threaten his classmates. Last October, a 16-year-old from Mullica Hills, NJ supposedly created a phony profile on the social networking site using a fake name and sent threats to students at Clearview Regional High School.
"The postings range from blasting people in the school, acts of physical violence and other disturbing comments," explained Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton.

And there's more. This isn't the first time the teen's been in trouble with the law. Police say he's also suspected of reporting a false shooting at a restaurant as well as harassing people on the phone. Parents were obviously relieved to learn police were tracking down who was behind the Facebook threats.

"Thank God because in this day and age, we should be able to find out who these people are," said Dana Minore. %Poll-59366%


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