A 12-year-old New Prague boy accused of calling 911 to report a bogus school shooting last Wednesday will be back in court today (MON). On Friday, a judge ordered the juvenile to remain in detention while more background information on him was obtained. The judge is expected to rule today on whether the boy can be released to his parents. He’s accused of telling 911 dispatchers that there was a person with an AK-47 in the building, and that two people had been injured. The school was locked down while police responded to the scene. The boy faces a felony terroristic threat charge and another charge for falsely dialing 911. The investigation into an email bomb threat at New Prague schools the day after the bogus school shooting remains under investigation and no suspect has been named.