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Arraignment Postponed for Teacher Accused of Terrorist Threats

Arraignment Postponed for Teacher Accused of Terrorist Threats

Posted - Jun. 16, 2004 at 7:33 a.m.



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(Bountiful-AP) -- The arraignment for a teacher accused of making terroristic threats at school is being postponed until reports from her therapist can be seen.

That's according to the lawyer for 57-year-old Sandra Wariner, who taught math at Bountiful Junior High School.

Wariner was arrested in May after her principal told police she threatened to return to school with her shotgun and shoot him, students, and other teachers.

Wariner reportedly wanted to be assigned some algebra classes next year.

Administrators told police that Wariner had a lot of medical problems, including cancer and a knee-replacement surgery. Police say she may have also had mental problems.

The arraignment is now scheduled for July Eighth.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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