Eyewitness News learned that a teenager accused of threatening a Sandy Hook style attack at Olympic High School could be back in class on Friday, and for the first time Eyewitness News got a look at the actual threat.
"I want my son to live the life that he has planned out," said Cecil Lloyd.
But Cecil admits there is no way his son can have a meaningful life with a criminal record.
Tristan Lloyd, 16, is charged with a felony, communicating threats at Olympic High School and on Monday night, for the first time, Eyewitness News is reading the actual threat typed out on a school calculator that got Tristan in trouble.
Tristan's family said the problem is it appears there were two people involved in this, not just him.
"What was on the calculator was a conversation between two people not one, saying that he was going to do something, but two people, planning an attack," said Cecil.
"How we gonna do this. Do what? Kill all the school… remember…" started the conversation, then it went through a plan to take a gun out of a safe, meet in the bathroom of the school and then start a shooting spree in the cafeteria. The threat said, "This is gonna be like Sandy Hook."
"That just floored me as soon as they started telling me this. I am like so, there was two people involved, but you are only saying my son was the one who did it," said Cecil.
Tristan's family was given documents at a disciplinary hearing Monday and handed those papers over to Eyewitness News.
The papers also said Lloyd admitted to detectives that he wrote threats and said he had a plan in his head for three years to assassinate students, but his father denies his son admitted anything.
"I feel outraged because I have been saying this from day one that the culprits were still in that school," said Cecil. Tristan's suspension ends Thursday.
He is expected to be back in class on Friday.
He is due back in court next week.
Eyewitness News reached out the Charlotte-Mecklenburg leaders, who said there has been no changes regarding this case.