A Montana teen was spared prison time after making threats to shoot up his school, his criminal charges dropped so that he could enlist in the US Marines.
Charges against MacLean William Kayser were dropped by the Ravalli County Attorney’s Office, after the honor roll student and football player made “jokes” about shooting up his school in the aftermath of the Parkland, Florida, shooting.
According to the AP, County Attorney Bill Fulbright had “consulted with a number of people about how to proceed,” ultimately deciding the best option was to drop the charges and allow Kayser to enlist in the Marine Corps.
In February, Kayser made “joke” posts on Snapchat that alluded to a potential shooting at his school, Darby High.
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