Booneville School Board President Arrested In Terroristic Threatening Case

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BOONEVILLE (KFSM) – Booneville’s school board president was arrested earlier this week, according to the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.

William Oliver, 67, was booked into the Logan County Jail on Tuesday on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening. He was released shortly afterward without bond, according to jail records.

A jail deputy told 5NEWS that Oliver is the president of the Booneville School Board.

Another Booneville man, Harold Shackleford, 69, was also arrested the same day on suspicion of the same charge and released from jail, records show.

Records do not yet show why the pair were jailed.

1 Comment

  • Horace

    When young, this guy was a schoolyard bully who loved to punch smaller kids in the face. It looks like he hasn’t changed.

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