Alexis Wilson Biography
Alexis Wilson is an Oklahoma teen. She is in trouble after she allegedly threatened to kill hundreds of people at her old high school. Alexis Wilson, 18, is locked up at the Pittsburg County Jail on a complaint of making a terroristic threat, according to The McAlester News-Capital.
BREAKING: Deputies arrested 18-year-old Alexis Wilson for threatening to shoot 400 people at her old school, McAlester High School. https://t.co/aUwd1K6OvO
— Tulsa’s Channel 8 (@KTULNews) September 16, 2019
Alexis Wilson Age
She is 18 years old.
Alexis Wilson Education, School
Wilson went to McAlester High School but dropped out in 9th grade, according to PCSO.
Alexis Wilson Arrested
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Alexis Wilson, 18, is in custody at Pittsburg County Jail on a complaint of making terroristic threat, according to jail records.
Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office deputies said they arrested Wilson after getting an anonymous tip she told friends and co-workers she was going to shoot up the school. They said Wilson had been posting videos of herself shooting guns.
Deputies said Wilson denied making threats to shoot up the school but admitted to having thoughts of hurting people at the school in the past.
PCSO said the McAlester Public Schools Superintendent Randy Hughes has asked for additional security at the school
Wilson became nervous and told deputies “she had some disturbing and criminal like things on her phone,” the report states.
The report states Wilson said she used to be suicidal and “borderline homicidal to the people of McAlester school because she was bullied.”
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Alexis Wilson terroristic, Shooting threat
A co-worker told the Sheriff’s Office Wilson threatened “to shoot 400 people for fun and there were so many people at her old school that she would like to do it.”
Morris said an anonymous tip led to the investigation that found Wilson posted videos of her shooting guns and had told friends and coworkers she was going to “shoot up” McAlester High School.
“We’d seen the video of her shooting guns,” Morris said. “She showed the video to her friends and told them she had recently purchased an AR-15 and told her friends she was going to shoot up the school.”