Trial Delayed For Teen Accused of School Threat
(BOWLING GREEN)--The trial of a Clarksville teen accused of saying he planned to kill everyone at Clopton High School has been delayed.
17-year-old James Paul Coleman is charged with making a terrorist threat. He was arrested after allegedly fighting with another student on January 11.
The trial was to have started June 6, but has been postponed until a new judge is appointed. Coleman also is seeking a change of venue.
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.