A Wellston teen who allegedly made threats that prompted a lockdown at Tecumseh High School in November 2017 appeared in court and has entered a blind plea in his case, which is now set for a September court docket.
Lucas J. Goss, 18, is charged with the felony of terrorism hoax and two misdemeanor counts of threatening to perform and act of violence.
His arrest and charges were the result of a situation that prompted a nearly four-hour lockdown of Tecumseh High School back in 2017.
Tecumseh Police Chief J.R. Kidney said the suspect’s reported girlfriend attended THS at that time and a text message reportedly made a threat to the principal and Goss allegedly made threats to “shoot up the place.”
Goss remains jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center.