NJ High School Student Held After Explosive Devices Found in Home

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    Authorities are detaining a New Jersey teen charged with possessing a destructive device in his home.

    The 16-year-old was released to a family member earlier this week, but he was sent to the Middlesex County Juvenile Detention Center after a court hearing on Thursday.

    NJ High School Student Accused of Possessing Explosives

    [NY] NJ High School Student Accused of Possessing Explosives
    Police investigating recent bomb threats at Edison High School searched the 16-year-old student's Harmon Road home after a tip was called in to the town's city hall Sunday. Brian Thompson reports.

    He'll remain there until a new hearing next Friday.

    Police investigating recent bomb threats at Edison High School searched the boy's home. Officers said they found fireworks, shotgun shells and makeshift devices containing gun powder and fuses.

    Authorities say there's no evidence linking him to the bomb threats and officials are not planning to file more serious charges.

    His name has not been released because he's a juvenile.

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