A scholar at Edison Center Faculty was charged with making threats towards the varsity Tuesday in west suburban Wheaton.

The boy, whose actual age was unknown, appeared in juvenile courtroom Thursday morning the place Decide Michael Wolfe ordered him to be placed on house detention, in line with the DuPage County State’s Lawyer’s Workplace.

The boy allegedly despatched two threatening emails to high school employees members after faculty hours Tuesday.

The email, partially, allegedly stated: “YOU COULD SHOW THIS YOUR CLASS IT WILL START AT eight:20 GET READY I’M GONNA HURT KIDS AT SCHOOL,” the state’s lawyer’s office stated.

Employees members who acquired the e-mail contacted faculty authorities, who contacted Wheaton police.

The menace was resolved by the start of the varsity day Wednesday, based on Wheaton police Chief William Murphy.

The boy was charged with two felony counts of false reporting a menace to a faculty. He is scheduled to seem in courtroom Jan. 3.