Katrina Phelan, a teacher at Abraham Lincoln High School in Iowa, has been charged with three felony counts of terroristic threats. Police say Phelan wrote several anonymous notes threatening gun violence at the school. At least one of the notes purported to be from a bullied student. Police say all of the notes were found in Phelan's classroom or by Phelan in other parts of the school.
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