Celina man arrested Wednesday for terroristic threat

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CELINA, TX - A Celina father has been arrested for testing the safety at his son's school by pretending to be a gunman.

Ronald Jay Miller is charged with committing a terroristic threat.

Celina ISD Superintendent Donny O'Dell says Miller came to Celina's elementary school at 7:50 AM Wednesday.

Pretending to be a gunman to show how easy it would be for an actual gunman to break into the school.

O'Dell says he then acted out shooting people pointing to them and saying "you're dead"

O'Dell says the father had good intentions but terrible timing in the wake of the Sandy Hook shootings.

He is being held on bond at the Collin County Jail.