ROSEBURG, Ore. -- A Southern Oregon man who posted a school shooting threat on Facebook will be spending a year in jail.

The News-Review newspaper reports that 22-year-old Wesley William Miller of Myrtle Creek got the sentence after pleading no contest to a combination of drug counts and charges related to the threat.

Family members reported to sheriff's deputies last February that Miller had posted on his Facebook page, I'm the one who's going to bring school shootings to Douglas County.

A school went on lockdown, and police arrested Miller at his apartment.

Miller is eligible to spend part of the sentence in a drug and mental health treatment center.

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