SEDALIA, | A western Missouri high school student is facing charges after allegedly saying he planned to bring a gun to school and "kill everyone."
Perry L. Crabb of Sedalia was arrested Monday at Whittier High School and was charged Tuesday as an adult with making a terrorist threat.
According to witness statements, the 17-year-old Crabb allegedly told four students he was "going to bring a gun to the school and kill everyone, and then he was going to kill himself."
According to a probable cause statement, Crabb also told authorities he was only acting out of anger and did not intend the statements to be threatening.
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He was released on bond and ordered not to enter school district property.
If convicted, Crabb could face up to four years in prison.