Police charge 18-year-old woman with threatening shooting at Oklahoma high school
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An 18-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot up a high school in Oklahoma. 

Alexis Wilson was charged Monday with threats or intimidation against McAlester High School, a public school in McAlester, Okla.


Wilson worked at a local Pizza Inn on Sunday when she allegedly showed a video to a coworker of herself shooting a rifle, according to an incident report. 

She allegedly said she wanted to “shoot 400 people for fun," and expressed resentment toward people at her old school.

The coworker told the manager about the conversation and the manager called the police.

"In today's times, you can’t say stuff like that. And anytime something is said, we are going to take it serious and we are going to investigate it to the full extent and make an arrest if possible because we do not want any of our schools getting shot up," Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris told Tulsa ABC affiliate KTUL.

Deputies seized an AK-47, six magazines and a 12-gauge shotgun with a stock sleeve for extra shelves from Wilson's bedroom, according to the incident report. 

The report also said that when interviewed by authorities, Wilson denied saying she would shoot up a school or people and added that she would never shoot up a school. 

She also allegedly told officers she did not show her coworker a video but did show her photos of her with her AK-47. 

McAlester Public Schools Superintendent Randy Hughes told the News-Capital that he had requested extra security for the high school. 

“We’re having school,” Hughes said. “We went through this last year when we had a threat and it’s the same thing — added security, extra police officers."

Wilson's mother said during an arraignment that her daughter is innocent, according to the News-Capital.

Updated at 2:33 p.m.