Texas Dad Arrested for Alleged School Threat

Police say Ronald Miller was conducting an impromptu safety drill at his son's school.
0:28 | 01/11/13

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It was meant to be its past but it sure backfired a father in north Texas pretended to be a gunman that his child elementary school. 44 year old Ronald Miller says he did this to see what the response would be if an actual shooter came to the school. The father was arrested for making a terroristic threat. -- police say he did not have a weapon but he did create panic and fear among the school staff. Miller had worked as a firefighter and a paramedic.

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