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      More tests for 14-year-old Socastee boy in shooting

      A South Carolina judge has ordered a 14-year-old student to remain in custody for more psychological tests after a high school shooting last month.
      CONWAY, S.C. (AP) -- A South Carolina judge has ordered a 14-year-old student to remain in custody for more psychological tests after a high school shooting last month. Related Stories Student accused of threatening school to have hearing toda Socastee school shooting suspect to stay in custody Teen arrested after shot fired at Socastee High School

      Several media outlets reported the teen was in court in Conway for a detention hearing Tuesday. His name has not been released because of his age.

      Family Court Judge Ronald Norton ordered more psychological tests before deciding if the youth should face charges as an adult. Another hearing is set Nov. 19.

      The youth has been in custody since last month's shooting at Socastee High School. He's charged with attempted murder; possession, threatened or attempted use of weapon of mass destruction; and possession of a destructive device.

      Investigators say a shot injured a school resource officer. Two pipe bombs were found at the school.

      (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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