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Teen accused of threatening to shoot students at Franklin Co. high school

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Dalton Wilson, 17, is accused of making a terrorist threat to St. Clair High School students (Credit: EMissourian) Dalton Wilson, 17, is accused of making a terrorist threat to St. Clair High School students (Credit: EMissourian)

ST. CLAIR, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A teenager from Franklin County is accused of making threats to shoot students at a high school.

The St. Clair County Police Department said on Oct. 29 a citizen reported that Dalton Wilson made threats that he was planning to come to school and shoot people.

An officer signed an affidavit for a 72-hour psychological exam of Wilson. The 17-year-old was taken to the St. Anthony Hospital Psychological Unit for examination and released three hours later.

On Nov. 3, the police department executed a search warrant on Wilson’s home on Ironwood Lane and took computers, a cell phone, .38 caliber handgun, .22 caliber rifle and ammunition. Wilson’s family indicated to officers that the guns and ammunition belonged to a relative who lived in the house.

Police plan to conduct a forensic exam of the computer and cell phone.

Wilson was charged with making a terrorist threat and his bond was set at $20,000.

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