Mom Sobs, but Judge Keeps $10-Million Bond for Son Accused of Terror Threat





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Ryan DeBruyne

The crazy drama of threatened high school shootings is playing out across the land. 

In Oakland County, the mother of a South Lyon High School student cried in 52nd District Court in Novi on Wednesday as a judge refused to change her 17-year-old son's $10 million bond, WXYZ reports.The judge will consider written arguments from Ryan DeBruyne's defense attorney next month. 

DeBruyne, 17, is charged with making a threat of terrorism after he allegedly asked friends on Snapchat if they wanted to re-enact what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.,  where 17 people were killed.

A friend reported the post to police. 

Read more:  WXYZ






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