14-year-old student writes ‘kill list” on his arm at Upper Dauphin Middle School

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LYKENS, Dauphin County, Pa- An Upper Dauphin County Middle school student  is facing charges after state police say he wrote a list of people  he wanted to kill on his arm during school last month.

According to State police in Lykens,  the incident happened around  9:30 a.m. on Aug. 30 at the Upper Dauphin Middle School. The 14-year-old Lykens boy was seen writing three student’s and a school official’s names on his arm with the words “kill list” written above the names.

The student was removed from class without incident and committed on a mental health evaluation, police said.

The boy faces charges of terroristic threats.