(OGDEN, Utah) – A 16-year-old Utah boy accused of plotting to blow up his high school has been released to his parents. The boy, along with with 18-year-old Dallin Morgan were accused of plotting an explosion during an assembly at Roy High School on Jan. 25. Both suspects have been charged with possessing a weapon of mass destruction. If convicted, both suspects could face a life sentence.
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