A Vermont teen who police say was planning to shoot up his former high school is no longer charged with attempted murder.
Police arrested Jack Sawyer in February on charges that he planned to shoot up Fair Haven High School in Poultney.
His bail had been $100,000 but Wednesday it was lowered to $10,000.
Sawyer initially was looking at life in prison without parole.
Now, the most he could get is three years.