Former Glenbard East student pleads not guilty in mass shooting threat
LOMBARD – A former Glenbard East High School student who was charged with disorderly conduct after investigators uncovered his plot to conduct a mass shooting at the school's graduation ceremony pleaded not guilty in court Monday, according to media reports.
Michael Santoro, 19, of Lombard, was charged with one count of felony disorderly conduct; this carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison, but also could be punishable by probation.
In February, Santoro revealed his plans to an acquaintance who later came forward and contacted officials. He was arrested and charged May 22 following an investigation.
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