SALEM, Mass. (AP) — A Boxford teenager police say threatened to shoot another student and administrators at his high school has been released under the condition that he not leave his home except to attend school.

A judge released 17-year-old Tyler Huntress on Tuesday following a dangerousness hearing, a week after his arrest.

Prosecutors say Huntress, angered by what he perceived as a failure to respond to his complaints of being bullied at Essex Agricultural and Technical High School in Danvers, allegedly threatened students and administrators. He also allegedly made references to blowing up or burning down the school and dismembering classmates.

Police found knives at his home.

The Salem News ( ) reports that his attorney says Huntress is a former Boy Scout with no prior record who has struggled dealing with his parents' divorce.


Information from: The Salem (Mass.) News,