Teen Threatens Shooting at Jackson Hole High School
(JACKSON, WY) – A 17-year-old boy is in custody after threatening to kill classmates at Jackson Hole High School. Deputies from the Teton County sheriff’s office arrested the suspect just before 6 p.m. Thursday. Undersheriff Rob Gilliam says a note was found in the school that was very specific about how the shooting was going to happen and who would be targeted. Administrators are allowing parents to keep their kids home with excused absences today, and law enforcement will have an “increased presence” at all schools in Teton County.