Cape Girardeau Central High School was locked down about 8:30 p.m. Monday when a trespasser threatened to kill multiple people. Police are reporting that 53-year old Patrick Alan Woolhouse Sr. of Jackson was charged with making a terrorist threat, a felony, and trespassing. He was arrested. A probable-cause statement filed by Cape Girardeau police says Woolhouse encountered two school janitors who allowed him to enter because the baseball team was practicing at the time. He told them he was there for military training in the school gym and then later to meet his pastor. When asked to leave, surveillance footage shows Woolhouse sprinting toward the men and throwing his bag. The janitors claim he said he was going to kill them and any responding officers.