Santa Fe teen pleads guilty to felony charge after threatening school principal

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A Santa Fe teen who threatened to shoot a principal has pleaded guilty.

The teen, 18-year-old Alejandro Valle, threatened to follow the Santa Fe High School principal home and shoot him back in November.

Valle said he and the principal got into an argument before and was asked to leave the school.

Officers later found a rifle in his truck.

According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, Valle pleaded guilty to a felony charge of unlawfully carrying a deadly weapon on school premises.

Under his plea deal, Valle will be under supervised probation.

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