An 18-year-old in McAlester, Oklahoma was captured Monday after she told associates that she was purportedly intending to “shoot 400 people for fun” at her old secondary school.
Alexis Wilson was arrested by the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office for a felony terrorist hoax, announced McAlester News-Capital, for menacing a mass taking shots at McAlester High School.
Wilson had additionally indicated associates pictures and recordings of her holding an AK-47, saying to them that she needed to firearm down hundreds and “that there were such a significant number of individuals at her old school that she might want to do it.”
She attempted to persuade her collaborators that not all gun owners are awful individuals, the News-Capital said.
Wilson was ousted from McAlester High in the wake of being gotten with a blade and a swastika at school on numerous occasions. A sworn statement gotten by NBC News says that she encountered harassing when she went to the school, and was not able reenroll.
Appointees found an AK-47 and a shotgun in her room, alongside extra magazines for the ambush rifle.
McAlester High School got additional security as a safety measure to the risk, area Superintendent Randy Hughes told the News-Capital.