Marshfield High student accused of making threats

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MARSHFIELD (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) A 17-year-old Marshfield High School student has been charged amid allegations that he threatened to kill a fellow student.

Kyle Stockford, 17, of Marshfield, was arraigned on charges that include promotion of anarchy and threats to commit a crime Wednesday.

School district officials released a statement after they learned of the charges from Marshfield police. They say in addition to threats directed at one student in particular, Stockford also made threats toward the high school on a social media site,

Officials say Stockford is "not currently in school" and that the high school, Marshfield Public School system, and the Marshfield Police Department are working together to investigate the threats.

Stockford was held on $1,000 cash bail. Conditions of his release include wearing a GPS monitor, having no contact with the victim, making weekly reports to probation, remaining alcohol and drug free, and obeying all school rules. 

The 17-year-old will be back in court for a pre-trial conference on Nov. 7.