An internet threat that shut down Columbine High School for two days led the FBI far from Colorado to a Florida teen-ager.

Michael Ian Campbell, 18, was charged on Dec. 17 with using an interstate communications facility to threaten injury to a person, after he admitted to FBI agents that he sent the message. The charge carries a penalty of up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Campbell's mother said her son told her, "I was bored to death."

A 16-year-old Columbine student received the message the night of Dec. 15


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