Matthew Milby booked into Lee County Jail, set to make first court appearance Friday

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DIXON, Illinois -- Matthew Milby, the 19-year-old shot by a Dixon High School resource officer after coming to a graduation practice with a loaded gun, has been released from the hospital and booked into the Lee County Jail, according to a release from the Dixon Police Department.

A press release said that Milby was released from the hospital at about 10:20 a.m., and was transported to the Lee County Jail and is awaiting arraignment which is tentatively scheduled for May 18.

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.

On May 17, Illinois State Police said that the investigation is still ongoing.

Police say they have learned that Milby's mother purchased the weapon that he used in the school shooting.

He used a 9mm Semi-Automatic Rifle, which was purchased back in 2012. Now, Police are trying to figure out how Milby obtained access to the weapon.

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

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