Teen behind bars after allegedly terrorizing schools that have experienced tragedy

Courtesy: NBCNews

Courtesy: NBCNews

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – A Michigan teen is behind bars after allegedly making threatening calls to schools where there have been mass shootings.

According to reports, 17-year-old Dylan Alexander Clark is facing two felony counts for terrorism threats and using a computer to commit crimes.

Police say Clark called Sandy Hook Elementary and identified himself as a relative of the shooter.

He then began to name off all of the victims who were killed in that tragedy.

Authorities say the teenager then found the phone numbers for teachers and staff at Sandy Hook Elementary.

Police used phone records to track Clark to his home in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

Clark is also accused of calling other schools where mass shootings took place, including Virginia Tech and possibly even Columbine.

The teenager buried his face into his hands as the charges were read out.

If convicted, Clark could face up to life in prison.