South Carolina Teen Charged With School Shooting Threat Days After Michigan Murders

A 14-year-old South Carolina high school student is charged with threatening a school shooting just days after an Oxford, Michigan, high school student was charged with fatally shooting four students and wounding several others.

According to the Lexington County, South Carolina, Sheriff’s Office, the unnamed Gilbert High School student made a ”threatening statement” on a bus Dec. 2 that was overheard and reported to police by another student.

The student allegedly said he planned to wear a trench coat and go to both the elementary and middle school in the district and ”shoot them up.”

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