MISSOULA - A temporary order of protection has been signed against a student who assaulted another student and then went on to make “threats to shoot up this school.”
MTN News reported on the incident that occurred on Feb. 15 and details have emerged in a court-ordered temporary protection against the student.
The student in question was heard by multiple people in a classroom saying “it will take the whole (expletive) army to stop me when I shoot up the school". He also allegedly bragged multiple times about carrying a firearm daily on campus.
The next day the student who made the threats assaulted another student in a classroom when the student refused to give him a granola bar. Upon refusal, the student slapped the other student, according to court documents.
The slap was so violent it was heard by other students who asked the student who was assaulted if he was hit. The student who was assaulted told his father of the incident who then reported the situation to the school
The school deemed the threat to be “low level” but the student who made the threat is still barred from the Big Sky High School campus.