A teenager remains on bail with 24 hour supervision after an online threat led to Wellington High School going into lockdown in November. The year-old is yet to admit or deny charges, which are possession of a firearm and ammunition. In December, Judge John Walker granted the teen bail to a specified address, with electronic monitoring and hour supervision by a community agency. A hearing has been held at the Youth Court this afternoon and those orders continue and will be reviewed again next Friday.
Wellington High School threat: Teen appears in Youth Court
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