Norwell High School senior Jonathan Stickney remained in the Wells County Jail on Tuesday under a $11,000 bond after making an initial appearance in
Wells Circuit Court on Monday.
Stickney is facing two Class D felony charges: Intimidating a school employee and resisting arrest.
He has been ordered to avoid contact with the Norwell High School principal, Scott Mills, and to avoid the Northern Wells Community Schools.
The high school will have a security officer on campus for the next few weeks as a precautionary measure, according to reports.
Stickney, a Craigville resident, is scheduled return to court on November 10.
Stickney allegedly left Norwell High School in an angry mood on October 20 and later in the day, allegedly called the school and threatened Mills.
That same day, Stickney was allegedly involved in a high-speed chase with police and, when finally stopped, refused to leave his vehicle.