Man convicted of threatening school shooting given probation, credit for time served

MARION, IL. (WJPF) – A Marion man convicted on charges related to threats he made to commit a school shooting has received probation.

22-year-old Treston Miller was sentenced Tuesday to 2 ½ years probation and given credit for time served. Additionally, Miller is not allowed internet access, can’t get within 500 feet of a school, and will no longer be allowed to own a firearm. He must also continue mental health treatments.

Miller was found guilty of Disorderly Conduct back in back March. More serious Terrorism charges were dropped.