A Pulaski High School student is facing charges of making terrorist threats after he allegedly told other students he was planning to shoot people at graduation. According to the criminal complaint, 17-year-old Raven Jaworski had told three other students at lunch that he had plans for an attack at graduation in 2018. The complaint states that another student indicated that Jaworski said he would hide a bunch of guns underneath the stage and start opening fire, first at Officer Tinlin and his dog, then he would just open fire in the gym. According to the criminal complaint, other students came to police with similar accounts, but upon being questioned, Jaworski denied the story several times before finally admitting it was a joke. If convicted of the charges, Jaworski faces a maximum sentence of three years, six months in prison. He made his initial appearance in court on Friday, where his bond was set for $2,500 cash.