Syosset High School student Alexander Passe charged with making bomb threat against school

A Syosset High School student has been charged after he allegedly made terroristic threats against the school earlier this week. Alexander Passe was arrested yesterday

Police say Alexander Passe told a teacher he

Police say Alexander Passe told a teacher he wanted to blow up the school. (November 1, 2013 7:54 AM)

A Syosset High School student has been charged after he allegedly made terroristic threats against the school earlier this week. Alexander Passe, 17, was arrested yesterday after he allegedly told a teacher he was unhappy at school and wanted to "blow it up." Police say Passe had no plan and weapons. ...

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