The juvenile that was charged with making a threat against Poland High School was in court Wednesday. The 13-year-old boy was arraigned in Juvenile Court in Judge Theresa Dellick's courtroom.

The juvenile told the court he was not guilty of the charges and requested a court-appointed attorney. 

The Poland student was ordered held in detention pending the next scheduled pretrial hearing to be set by the judge.

Dellick ordered a mental health assessment and a referral was made to mental health court. 

The Poland Township Police and the FBI arrested a suspect who allegedly made a threat that caused an evacuation at Poland Seminary High School on Tuesday.

According to Chief Greg Wilson said that a Poland High School juvenile was arrested at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday and charged with a 4th-degree felony of invoking panic. The male student was transported to the Juvenile Justice Center. 

The fire department and police were called out at around 8 a.m. after school officials say they received a bomb threat via email.

Students and staff cleared the building and were taken to the football stadium while the building was searched by the Youngstown bomb squad and a bomb-sniffing dog.

Students did not return to class until after 11 a.m. Tuesday.