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Judge issues restraining order against Nekoosa student accused of making threats

5:34 PM, Mar. 25, 2013
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A Wood County judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Nekoosa High School student accused of telling a fellow student he brought a gun to school.

Judge Todd Wolf granted the request from Nekoosa School District Superintendent Terry Whitmore to prohibit Steven J. Dzieglewicz, 18, Wisconsin Rapids, from coming onto school property, according to documents Daily Tribune Media reviewed Monday.

Dzieglewicz faces a disorderly conduct charge after authorities say he told a friend on Facebook that he had brought a gun to school that could kill a lot of people and that he wanted to ...

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