A teen accused of threatening to open fire at a Pulaski graduation ceremony has been bound over for trial. Seventeen-year-old Raven Jaworski appeared in Brown County Court yesterday for a preliminary hearing. The court found there was probable cause to move the case forward. Pulaski police say Jaworski admitted to making threats against an officer, a police dog, and the graduation ceremony. Jaworski also said he had no real plans to carry out the threats. An investigation found no immediate threat. Reports SAY that the Pulaski School District superintendent says there will be extra security at upcoming graduation ceremonies, and other events, “in order to err on the side of caution.” An arraignment hearing is scheduled for May 8th.