(Columbus) Cash bond was set at $5000 Wednesday for a Columbus teen who threatened to shoot up the high school. Dakota Eisner is charged with one felony count of Making Terrorist Threats. Authorities received detailed information Friday that a 17-year-old Columbus High School student was planning a school shooting on March 1. Eisner allegedly said that he (quote) “planned to score higher than 17” in reference to the Florida school shooting last week. Officers arrested Eisner at his workplace. A rifle, two shotguns and ammunition were reportedly found at his residence. Eisner will be back in court for a preliminary hearing on March 1.