(CAMERON, Mo.) A 17-year-old student has been charged after prosecutors say he made threats against Cameron High School.
Clinton County prosecutors charged Dayten Peck Wednesday with a class E felony of making a terrorist threat in the second degree.
Peck was arrested Tuesday after Cameron R-1 School Administrators called police to report a student made statements about bringing a weapon to school.
According to court documents, Peck communicated to more than one student at Cameron High School that he was going to bring a gun to school and shoot the school up.
Peck will appear in court on September 24. His bond was set at $500.
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