A Waupaca teenager is free on a 5000 dollar signature bond after allegedly telling others he was going to “shoot up” Waupaca High School. 17 year old Dominick E. Silva faces one count of making terrorist threats. He was arrested Sunday afternoon after authorities were notified that Silva had allegedly told several others he was going to bring a gun to school. The criminal complaint alleges Silva said he would shoot people in the Main Street hallway, and have someone close the door behind him so students could not run away. The complaint says a search warrant execution at his home turned up no guns, but authorities say they found 8 knives, a hatchet, a handgun holster, and drug paraphernalia in his room. In releasing Silva on a signature bond, Judge Troy Nielson ordered him to reside in the home of his mother, and must be accompanied by an adult if he leaves the residence. He is to possess no dangerous weapons, and have no internet access, including social media. Silva is also to have no contact with the Waupaca School District unless it is to attend an expulsion hearing. His next court appearance has not yet been set.