LAFAYETTE, Colo. (AP) A teenager who is charged as an adult after an explosive device was found at Centaurus High School in Lafayette in May has been informed of the charges against him.
The teenager was told Wednesday he is facing charges of first-degree attempted murder, use of explosives, possession of an explosive and felony menacing.
A device was found in a paper bag by a teacher. The teacher took it outside and the bomb squad later detonated it.
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