HAVRE- On Wednesday, police in Havre arrested Dyllan James Murray, who reportedly yelled “school shooting” while in the Havre High School library, according to the Havre Herald.
Murray, 18, was arrested on two charges: assault by coercion, intimidation, or threat; and disorderly conduct.
“Officers had learned while Murray was in the library of the school, Murray yelled ‘School Shooting!’ Murray was escorted to the principal’s office where he persisted in a disruptive behavior,” according to a press release from the Havre Police Department.
Murray was taken to the Hill County Detention Center, where he is being held without bond.
The investigation is being sent to the Hill County Attorney for formal charges, the release says.