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(Aloha, OR)  --  A man who threatened to shoot Aloha High School students and Washington County sheriff's deputies will be on probation for five years.  Michael F. O'Toole has pleaded no contest to two counts of unlawful use of a weapon.  Authorities say O'Toole called 911 on May 7th and threatened to shoot deputies, saying he was carrying a TEC-9 firearm and a thousand rounds of ammunition, and was at a 7-Eleven that evening and told people there he was going to Aloha High and "shoot up everyone at the stands."  O'Toole was later apprehended by a deputy.  He's also been ordered to receive mental-health treatment.

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