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The New Jersey Teen Accused of Threatening Milton High School Is Flown in To Face Charges.

Santa Rosa County deputies are currently in custody of a New Jersey teen accused of making “swatting” calls to Milton High School.

Brad Parga, age 17, is charged with making false reports of using a firearm in a violent manner and disrupting a school function, both felonies.

He was flown to Northwest Florida on Wednesday night, where Santa Rosa County deputies escorted him to jail.

The sheriff’s office reports that Parga called Milton High School multiple times last year, threatening a mass shooting and the use of bombs. It was determined that they were all hoaxes.

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