Trent Dale Willis, a Logan County High School senior who was charged with threatening to kill a fellow student in February, was indicted Friday by a Logan County Grand Jury on charges of second degree terroristic threatening and second degree stalking. Circuit Judge Tyler Gill issued a warrant for Willis’s arrest and raised his bond from $20,000 to $60,000. As of Monday morning Willis had not been arrested.
The 18-year-old admitted to police after being arrested Feb. 24th, he had followed a female student and confessed in detail how he wanted to murder her.
Police were called to Logan County High School after Willis allegedly made threatening comments towards the fellow student in front of two witnesses. According to reports, the alleged victim and Willis were not involved in a relationship, they barely knew each other at all, according to the alleged victim’s mother.
According to police, Willis admitted to detectives to making the comments of wanting to murder the female student. He further explained that he had thought about conducting the murder with a knife (cutting her throat), strangling her with a rope, or running over her with his vehicle. He further stated he had thought about doing it at the school, according to the report.