A 16-year-old male from Palmer was charged Wednesday with one count of second-degree terroristic threatening, the Palmer Police Department said in a statement.

The teenager sent an anonymous threat to a Palmer High School student via Snapchat on May 8, and the student alerted school administration. 

Palmer police and Alaska State Troopers responded to Palmer High School on May 9, and the investigation was conducted along with the FBI.

Chief of Police Lance Ketterling says the teen has been remanded to the Mat-Su Youth Facility.

This is a separate incident from the threat at a Palmer middle school.

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