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Man Threatens to Shoot School Kids
DOUGLAS COUNTY--Shocking and disturbing.. a few words parents in Tuscola are saying, about a man arrested for threatening to shoot students at North Ward Elementary.
Authorities arrested that man, Timothy Little, 36, Sunday afternoon at his Villa Grove home.
This, after he told his wife he was going to take his guns to North Ward, and the deaths of the babies would be her fault.
Little's 4-year-old step son attends North Ward.
Little's bond request was denied in court today.
He's currently facing one count of making a terrorist threat, two counts of stalking, and one count of domestic battery.
The count of making a terrorist threat is a Class X Felony, and means anywhere from 6 to 30 years in prison.
The two counts of stalking are Class 4 Felonies, with 1 to 3 years in prison.
The one count of domestic battery is a misdemeanor, with possible probation.
The Tuscola School's Superintendent, wouldn't comment on this matter.
However, the Douglas County State's Attorney, Kevin Nolan, confirmed that a robo-call was made out to parents to address the matter.
Nolan adds, a search warrant was issued for Little's home on Monday, where they seized 50 guns and stacks of ammunition.
Little did have a valid FOID card to own all those guns legally.
Little will be back in court February 6th.