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Teacher Accused of Making Threats Released

Teacher Accused of Making Threats Released

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(KSL News) -- A Bountiful teacher accused of making threats against a school, has been released from jail on five thousand dollars bond.

Police arrested Sandra Wariner last week, after she threatened to bring a gun to school and start shooting if she didn't get the teaching assignment she wanted.

Bountiful police say Wariner reportedly had cancer and other physical health problems and may have mental difficulties.

A police report also says her children have tried to get her to seek professional help.

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