An 18-year-old Oklahoma woman has been arrested for making terroristic threats against her former high school.
According to a Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office arrest report, Alexis Wilson purchased a new AK-47 and took photos and videos of herself with the weapon. She then allegedly showed a co-worker the videos and told her “that she was going to shoot 400 people for fun and that there were so many people at her old school that she would like to do it to”.
After receiving reports of the threats, police went to Wilson’s home and recovered the AK-47, rounds of ammunition and a 12-gauge shotgun from her bedroom. When interviewed, Wilson told investigating officers that “she didn’t mean the statement to sound the way it did and that she was just trying to teach her coworker to not be afraid of firearms”.
Police said Wilson was making threats against McAlester High School in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, about 90 miles south of Tulsa. Wilson’s release bond was set at $250,000, and she’s due in court on September 27.