A Myrtle Creek man who threatened on his Facebook page to commit a school shooting has been sentenced to a year in jail, but he will be eligible to serve half the time at a drug and mental health treatment center. Wesley William Miller, 22, was sentenced Monday by Douglas County Circuit Judge Ronald Poole on seven counts, including two felony drug charges. Miller threatened to bring “school shootings to Douglas County” on a Facebook post in February. The South Umpqua School District responded to the threats by closing its campuses the morning of Feb. 20. School officials lifted the …
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