UNION TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - A Clermont Middle School student was removed from class and charged after he allegedly made a list of names of people he wanted to harm.
The Clermont County Sheriff's Office said they were called to the school at about 11 a.m. Thursday.
School administrators had learned of the list apparently made by the six-grade student, which included some students.
School staff searched the 11-year-old's property and found the list. The student told detectives he had made the list but he had no intentions of carrying it out.
Detectives determined the boy didn't have any access to guns.
The boy was released to his parents. He's facing a charge of disorderly conduct in a school zone charge in juvenile court, which is a misdemeanor.