Former Custodian Sentenced for Making Terrorist Threat
A former Clark County school custodian has been sentenced for making a terrorist threat.
In Clark County Circuit Court Friday, 38 year old Amanda Miller was given a four-year suspended sentence to the Missouri Department of Corrections and five years probation. Miller had pleaded guilty to one count of making a terrorist threat in December.
When Miller was a custodian in Clark County Middle School in October, she is alleged to have written a message that was found in a girls’ bathroom, threatening to kill everyone in the school.
Miller was also ordered to complete an anger management course and not set foot on Clark County School District property, along with serving 75 days of shock time in the Clark County Jail with credit for time served.