<p>Article content<br/>NUTLEY, N.J. - Authorities say a New Jersey student accused of making an online threat against his high school posted a video created in the popular video game Minecraft showing a shooting at a replica of the school.</p><br/><p> reports that Joseph Rafanello’s avatar can be seen walking through the virtual school, complete with lockers and the sound of gunshots in the background.</p><br/><p>Prosecutors: Student made shooting threat, Minecraft video Back to video</p><br/><p>The new information was discussed Wednesday during a detention hearing for the 18-year-old Nutley High School student. A judge rejected prosecutors’ request to keep him in custody until his trial, ordering that he instead be placed on home detention.</p><br/><p>Rafanello was charged with creating a false public alarm for a video that spurred the closure of Nutley schools Feb. 16. <a href="">Pyramids</a> shows teens firing guns and children in a classroom.</p>

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