HENDERSON COUNTY, Ky. (WPSD)– A Kentucky man has been sentenced to five years in prison for threatening to shoot up a high school last fall.
19-year-old Cameron J. Davis pleaded guilty to second-degree terroristic threatening last month.
According to his arrest citation, he made the threat during class at Henderson County High School.
A sentence was handed down Tuesday.
Davis is eligible for shock probation, which means he could serve just a fraction of his sentence in prison, then be placed on probation.