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      Clopton High School student accused of making threat

      UPDATED: April 2 at 8 a.m.

      The Clarksville teen accused of threatening Clopton High School will have his case moved out of the area.

      Monday a judge granted a change of venue for James Paul Coleman to Montgomery County Monday.

      However he denied a request for lower bail.

      The 17-year-old suspect is charged with making a terrorist threat to kill everyone at Clopton High School. He made the statement after he got into a fight with another student in January. He is set to go on trial June 6th.

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      UPDATED: February 12 at 9 a.m.

      A June 6th trial date has been set for a Clopton High School student who allegedly said he planned to kill everyone in the building.

      17-year-old James Paul Coleman of Clarksville is accused of making a terrorist threat. He was arrested after allegedly fighting with a 16-year-old student on January 11th.

      In a probable cause statement, administrators told authorities that after the fight was broken up, the suspect allegedly made several comments about killing everyone in the school.

      ~Story by Brent Engel.

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      A Clopton High School student faces charges of making a terrorist threat.

      Police say 17-year-old James Paul Coleman of Clarksville allegedly told a school administrator he planned to kill everyone in the building after a fight with another student last week.

      According to a probable cause statement, he allegedly told administrators the Clopton violence would be "just like the school shooting on TV."

      Coleman is being held at the Pike County Jail on 25 thousand dollars cash-only bond.