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18-Year-Old Charged in Connection to Lockdown at Mandan High School

Todd Alan Miller Todd Alan Miller

The 18-year-old Mandan High School student who allegedly brought a loaded gun to school, makes his first appearance in court today.

The school was locked down for about an hour after a caller reported a student had a gun Friday afternoon.

Miller and two juveniles were arrested regarding the incident.

Miller faces four criminal charges and has not yet entered a plea.

Macy Egeland reports from the Morton County Courthouse.


18-year-old Todd Miller is charged with Accomplice to terrorizing and reckless endangerment.. both Class C felonies, as well as carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Morton County Judge Cynthia Feland set his bond at $10,000 cash.

If he is able to post it, he cannot go within 1,000 feet of the school or live in a household that has a gun.

"I don't know what the intent was with the gun that day, what I do know is it was at the school," Morton County Attorney Gabrielle Goter said.

Miller is originally from Girard, Illinois and moved here in September to live with his mom.

He says he has no criminal history other than a few traffic violations.

"I never messed up until now and I know it's pretty bad but I just, I don't know what to do," Miller said.

Miller told Judge Feland he wants the state to appoint an attorney for him.

His preliminary hearing has not been set at this time.

In Mandan, Macy Egeland.. KX News.


In court today, prosecutors say the gun on Miller had one round in it...

A 16-year-old male and 15-year-old female were also arrested in connection to the gun incident.

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