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ASOTIN COUNTY - A 36-year-old Clarkston man who was taken into custody earlier this summer after making threats about mass murder and "shooting up" an elementary school in Asotin County has pleaded not guilty.

Trevor Lunney entered his not guilty plea during a hearing on September 12, according to court records.

Lunney, who is being held on $200,000 bond, will have his next court appearance on October 3 at 9:00 a.m.

Lunney was initially taken into custody on July 18 after making concerning statements to Washington Department of Corrections Officers and workers with Quality Behavorial Health regarding suicide, mass murder and shooting an elementary school in Asotin County, according to the initial probable cause affidavit obtained by Big Country News Connection.

During these conversations with law enforcement and crisis workers, police stated Lunney would describe an "active shooter" like scenario where he opened fire into the Asotin County Fair Parade as part of his five-year plan to "right injustice." According to the affidavit, Lunney also referenced having hidden firearms in Nampa, ID, that he planned to retrieve at some point.

Lunney is facing felony charges of Harassment; Threats to Kill; and Threats to Bomb or Injure Property.

Big Country News Connection's original story from the initial arrest in July 2022 can be found HERE