A Massachusetts student is currently being held without bail after allegedly making threats against his high school via social media.
Police in Franklin said school resource officers at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School notified them Tuesday morning that the student had made the threats.
Following an investigation, police arrested Julius Willis, 18, of North Attleboro, on school property. Police said there was no information that any weapons were ever brought onto school property.
Willis was charged with disturbing a school assembly, threat of serious disruption of school, threats to commit a crime, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
Willis pled not guilty to all five charges in Wrentham District Court Wednesday morning.