1 arrested in connection with North Border School threat

The suspect, a minor, has been charged with terrorizing, a Class C felony carrying a maximum penalty of five years in jail and a $10,000 fine.

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PEMBINA, N.D. — A suspect has been arrested in connection with a threat of violence made against the North Border School this week.

The Pembina County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post late Wednesday, Dec. 8, that it had arrested a minor and charged them with terrorizing. The suspect, who allegedly threatened use of a firearm, is being held at a juvenile detention center.

Terrorizing is a Class C felony in North Dakota, carrying a maximum penalty of five years in jail and a $10,000 fine.

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