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Evidence Hearing Set in School Threat

An evidence hearing is Wednesday in the case of a Clopton High School student who allegedly told an administrator that he planned to kill everyone in the building.

17-year-old James Paul Coleman of Clarksville is accused of making a terrorist threat on January 11. He was arrested after allegedly fighting with a 16-year-old student.

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In a probable cause statement, administrators told authorities that after the fight was broken up, the suspect allegedly made several comments about killing everyone in the school. He purportedly told administrators that he had access to many firearms.

A bond reduction was denied at an earlier hearing.

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