Suspected Dixon High School shooter charged with three felonies so far

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DIXON, Illinois – A 19-year-old who opened fire in Dixon High School on the morning on May 16 has been charged with three felonies, according to Lee County Court documents.

Matt Milby of Dixon is charged with aggravated discharge of a weapon toward a peace officer, aggravated discharge at a school employee, and aggravated discharge of a weapon in a school building.

He is being held on a $2 million bond, according to Illinois State Police.

Milby is being treated for non-life threatening injuries after being shot in the shoulder by school resource officer Mark Dallas, and is under 24-hour surveillance.

He will be transported to jail upon his discharge from the hospital.

Police say more charges could be filed in the near future.

Read the full story about what happened at Dixon High School on May 16 Here.

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