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DuBois Teen Sentenced for Weapons and Threats

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CLEARFIELD – A DuBois High School student pleaded guilty this week to possessing weapons on school property and making terroristic threats to another student.

According to court documents, 18-year-old Ryan Mancuso was sentenced Monday to 20-to-40 days in the Clearfield County Jail, and five years probation. Last September, Mancuso allegedly threatened to shoot and strangle another student. The victim provided police with text messages from Mancuso in which he was threatening a fight in the school’s parking lot.

Mancuso was taken into custody, and when his car was seized and searched, police reportedly found two rifles as well as boxes of ammunition.