Medic cleared of terror threat charge at Texas school
"I'm very truly sorry if I scared or frightened anyone; that was not my intention," medic Ron Miller said
By EMS1 Staff
CELINA, Texas — A jury found a paramedic not guilty of making a terrorist threat Wednesday .
WFAA reported that paramedic Ron Miller made headlines last year when elementary school staffers said he told them he had a gun.
Miller denies that, saying he just asked a "what-if" question, according to the report.
"I'm very truly sorry if I scared or frightened anyone; that was not my intention," Miller said. "My intention was to make sure they were safe...that's it."
Miller is a veteran paramedic and says the whole incident was blown out of proportion, according to the report.