A North Idaho boy, charged with creating a so-called "hit list" containing dozens of names, has been released from custody and is now required to wear a home monitoring device.
The suspect was arrested in November 2014
after two separate lists were discovered at Kellogg High School. The Shoshone County sheriff said in December that the boy was also being investigated for threatening a specific student
at the school while the suspect was locked up at the Kootenai County Juvenile Facility in Coeur d'Alene. The alleged victim was reportedly on one of the suspect's original hit lists.
Meanwhile, attorneys in the case have requested that all court records be sealed. Attorneys were also able to get the student released from the detention center and be put on supervised probation. The suspect is not allowed to go within 500 feet of any school grounds.