13-year-old appears in front of judge for violating court order
KENNEWICK, Wash. —
The 13-year-old boy accused of planning a school shooting reappeared in court on Friday.
He had been taken into custody Thursday morning for allegedly violating the conditions of his release.
The boy had been charged with Felony Harassment after reports of threats to Enterprise Middle School.
According to court documents, the teen was bonded out of the Juvenile Detention Center on Wednesday night.
An hour later, West Richland Police observed the boy and his mother going through the Little Caesar's drive through in Richland.
The court had placed the teen on House Arrest Conditions, saying he had to remain at home with a court-approved adult unless it's to go to court.
The judge allowed another condition to be added on Friday to allow the teen meet with his attorney at his office.
Court clerks say the boy was released again on Friday after his court appearance.
His next court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday.