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October 28. 2013 12:11PM

Teen pleads not guilty to threatening Sanborn High students with gun


Timothy Soucy listens to a state trooper during his arraignment Monday morning in the Plaistow Circuit Court. (Jason Schreiber)

PLAISTOW - A Danville teenager pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he threatened students with what appeared to be a handgun outside Sanborn Regional High School last month.

Timothy Soucy, 18, of 24 Sanborn St., was arraigned Monday in the Plaistow Circuit Court on three counts of criminal threatening and one count of disorderly conduct stemming from the incident in the school’s parking lot on Sept. 30.

A former student at the school, Soucy is accused of making the threats to three students while sitting inside a car.

State Police are prosecuting the case and have not said what prompted the alleged threat.

According to the charges, Soucy allegedly placed the students in fear of “imminent bodily injury or physical contact by pointing what appeared to be a handgun” at them.

State Police Trooper Mike Coraluzzo would not say whether police ever recovered a handgun, saying only that the case remains under investigation.

The incident prompted a significant police response from several law enforcement agencies and forced the school to order a lockdown.

Soucy will remain free on bail, but Coraluzzo asked that he have no contact with two women and another male with whom he is acquainted in addition to the three male students named in the complaints.

In court, Soucy said one of the women with whom he was ordered to have no contact was his ex-girlfriend.

Coraluzzo said Soucy has no criminal record.

Soucy said he graduated from the high school last year.

The criminal threatening charges are Class A misdemeanors while the disorderly conduct charge is a violation. If convicted, Soucy could face thousands in fines and spend up to a year in jail on each misdemeanor charge.

Soucy is due back in court on Dec. 5 for a pretrial conference.

jschreiber@newstote.com




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