Tyrone L. Watts, 43, will have to serve 35 percent of the sentence for charges of disorderly conduct and attempted terrorism before he is eligible for release.
Two days before the school shooting in Sandy Hook last December, Watts threatened to return to Thomas Magnet School with an AK-47 and kill everyone and himself.
Watts and his wife, the mother of his stepson, had been denied permission to check the boy out early because a letter had not been supplied by the child’s custodial parent.
Watts received the long sentence due to seven prior felony convictions, including drug sales and burglary. He had been on parole when the threats were made last year.-Thanks to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette-
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