Scott High School standoff suspect to remain in juvenile jail

Scott High School was placed on lockdown Monday.

The 14-year-old student who brought a pellet gun to school, causing a Toledo high school to go on lockdown Monday will remain in juvenile jail.

The male student, whose name is being withheld by WNWO due to his age, appeared in juvenile court Tuesday morning. On Monday morning, the teen is said to have brandished a pellet gun inside Scott High School, sending students running from a classroom and putting the school on lockdown for nearly 90 minutes.

The boy was subdued by Toledo Police and taken into custody inside the school. No children were injured.

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A judge ordered the teen to remain in juvenile detention until his next hearing, scheduled for Dec. 18, 2013. He has been charged with making terroristic threats and having a dangerous weapon on school property.

Students resumed classes at Scott High School on Tuesday. District officials said extra security and counselors were on hand for students.