Weesp hoax call teenagers released

The two teenagers aged 13 and 14, who admitted making a hoax call to a Weesp primary school are to be released from juvenile detention on Tuesday, a judge ruled on Monday.

Last week a judge remanded the boys in custody for 14 days ‘for their own safety’, but their parents say there have been no threats.
The boys’ lawyers went to court on Monday to get them freed.
One youngster is being held in Zeist and has not yet been allowed to see his parents. The other is in Amsterdam.
The hoax call – which coinicided with a threatening letter to another local school from a 54-year-old man – resulted in widespread panic in the town.
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