Teen Charged With Making Terroristic Phone Threats
STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – A young man with a past who has behavorial problems has been charged with terrorism for allegedly making multiple threatening phone calls to schools across the country that have been sites of shootings and death.
Only 17 years old and Dylan Alexander Clark is being charged as an adult after allegedly making a series of harassing phone calls to the new Sandy Hook, Columbine, Virginia Tech and Arapahoe schools. He was arraigned Thursday on one count of false report or threat of terrorism and one count of using a computer to commit a crime. Both are felonies that carry up to 20 years in prison.
Sterling Heights police learned a call to Arapahoe High School was made on Feb. 11th, 2014, in which the caller threatened to burn down the school.