Kahoka, MO (WGEM) — A Clark County Middle School custodian was sentenced on Friday for making a terrorist threat.
Court records show that Amanda Miller, 38, of Kahoka, Missouri, was sentenced to four years in the Missouri Department of corrections, but will avoid serving time as long as she appropriately completes five years probation under the supervision of the Board of Probation and Parole.
Miller was also was ordered to serve 75 days of jail time in the Clark County Jail with credit for time served previously.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office said that Miller wrote, “I’m going to kill everyone at this school today,” in a girl’s bathroom stall on October 25, 2018. The threat resulted in all Clark County Schools being canceled for the day.
Miller was arrested on November 1.
In December, Miller pleaded guilty to Making a Terrorist Threat 2nd Degree.
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