No charges for Fort Hamilton teacher accused of threatening staff

A grand jury has refused to indict a Fort Hamilton HighSchool teacher arrested after colleagues complained she made commentsabout bringing a gun to school to

BROOKLYN - A grand jury has refused to indict a Fort Hamilton HighSchool teacher arrested after colleagues complained she made commentsabout bringing a gun to school to settle scores. Lawyer Andrew Stoll on Wednesday says charges against artteacher Sabrina Milo were dismissed last week. Milo was arrested April 1 on charges of making terroristicthreats and ordered to stay away from the school. Prosecutors say she threatened it would be "Columbine allover again," referring to the 1999 high school shooting inColorado. The Department of Education says it is still weighingdisciplinary charges.AP wire services contributed to this report

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