Teen arrested after online gun threat to Georgia high school
Feb. 26, 2018
SNELLVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A 16-year-old has been charged with terroristic threats, accused of sharing a video that shows him loading a gun and threatening his Georgia high school.
WSB-TV reports the unidentified student at South Gwinnett High School was arrested Saturday by Snellville Police, who were tipped to the video via Twitter.
In the video, the person loading a gun says "South Gwinnett, you're next."
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quotes Principal Monique Lee as saying in a letter to parents that acts threatening the school community won't be tolerated.
WSB-TV reports that the teenager also faces school disciplinary actions.