A teen who was once the quarterback for Krum High School is now behind bars for allegedly breaking in to a school board member's house and setting it on fire.
William Wojciak, 18, was charged with burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit other felony crimes, in this case arson.
Denton County officials said Wojciak knows the school board member's daughter and for some reason he broke into her home on Oct. 2. He stole guns and jewelry and then set a fire that killed several pets.
He was arrested after allegedly bragging about what he had done and seeking medical treatment for burns, officials said.
A few days later he was also accused of threatening a mass casualty shooting at the Krum High School homecoming celebration.
School officials said Wojciak was dismissed from the football team because of a drug arrest in August. He didn't enroll for the 2013-2014 school year.
He remains in the Denton County jail on a $300,000 bond.
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