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2 Accused Of Making Online Threats Against NJ High School

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Two men in Gloucester County are under arrest, accused of making threats against a high school.

Police said 21-year-old Brandon Worley and 24-year-old Ramon Leon posted a note on Facebook threatening Highland High School in Blackwood.

Police said the men claimed to be joking, saying they just wanted to see what Facebook would and wouldn't allow.

They're both in jail on $35,000 bail, police said.

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