Probation for teen who threatened to blow up GR classroom

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A student who allegedly said he wanted to blow up a classroom in Grand Rapids will spend two years on probation after already serving more than six months in jail.

Jacob Michael Jones, 18, said nothing during his appearance in front of Kent County Circuit Court Judge Dennis Leiber Thursday morning.

Jones was booked into jail on March 21 after Grand Rapids Police say he told classmates at the Gerald R. Ford Job Corps Center at 110 Hall St. SE that he “wanted to blow the place up.” 

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