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Teen charged after alleged school shooting threat

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Published on September 17, 2019 - Duration: 00:36s

Teen charged after alleged school shooting threat

18-year-old Alexis Wilson on Monday was charged with a felony for making a terrorist threat against a high school in McAlester, Oklahoma.

Wilson allegedly told her Pizza Inn coworker about her newly purchased AK-47 gun and how she wanted to 'shoot 400 people for fun' at her old school that suspended her.

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Teen charged after alleged school shooting threat

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NO USE TULSA, OKLAHOMA MEDIA MARKET WEBSITES**~ Alexis Wilson,18, was charged with a felony on Monday after she allegedly boasted about her new AK-47 gun and how she wanted to 'shoot 400 people for fun' at her old high school in McAlester, Oklahoma.

Wilson allegedly made the comments to her Pizza Inn coworker on Sunday and showed a video of herself shooting the AK-47.

The coworker reported it to the manager who called the McAlester police.

Wilson pleaded not guilty.

"In today's times, you can't say stuff like that and anytime something is said like that, we are going to take it serious and we're going to investigate it to the fullest extent and make an arrest if possible, because we do not want any of our schools getting shot up, nobody does," Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris said.

According to media reports, the McAlester High School had suspended Wilson twice for bringing a knife to school and then for having swastikas on her personal belongings.

Wilson tried to re-enroll for the fall but was not allowed.

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