Relative stands by PN-G student indicted on terroristic threat charge
A relative stands by a Port Neches-Groves High School student who is accused of threatening to shoot up the school.
The grand jury has indicted Triston Miller, who's charged with making a terroristic threat linked to the Columbine school shooting anniversary.
Miller's family says he never threatened to shoot students or teachers.
His family says the incident amounts to talk that was taken out of context.
Six News on Fox and KFDM's Simone Braithwaite speaks to one of Miller's relatives.