Bergman student arrested after threatening officials


The Boone County Sheriff’s Office reports a Bergman High School student is accused of threatening to kill his school officials.

KOLR reports Boone County Sheriff Mike Moore says his department was notified 18-year-old Steven Goings threatened to shoot three Bergman school officials on November 6th.

According to the report, Goings was having a conversation with one of  his teachers and became upset.

The school officials tell police Goings threatened to get a gun and shoot the Bergman school resource officer, principal, and the superintendent if he got suspended from the school once more.

Moore says Goings was arrested that day and charged with three felony counts of communicating a death threat concerning a school official.

He was released from the Boone County Jail after posting a $3,000 bond.

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