Miami U student accused of threatening to ‘shoot up’ fraternity

Ohio

OXFORD, Ohio (AP) – Police say a student at Miami University in Ohio is accused of maintaining a hit list and threatening to “shoot up” his fraternity.

Court records show 21-year-old Cameron Wallace, of Springboro, was charged Tuesday in Butler County with aggravated menacing. The Oxford police complaint says as a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, Wallace sent text messages threatening to burn down another student’s room.

The complaint says Wallace is accused of making a phone call saying he wanted to “shoot up” the fraternity and “had a ‘hit list’ of people who he wanted to kill.”

Court records don’t list an attorney for him. A message was sent to Wallace’s email. No public phone listing was found.

A Miami spokeswoman says federal law prevents schools from publicly sharing students’ disciplinary records.

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