Marion, IL man arrested for making terroristic threats against school

MARION, IL — A Marion, Illinois man has been arrested for making terroristic threats against a school.

Marion Police say 21-year-old Treston Miller was making an online threat to “shoot up” a school in Marion.

Miller was interviewed by police and admitted to making the posts.

He was arrested Tuesday on a charge of making terroristic threats.

An investigation is ongoing.

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