“Don’t worry dawg, I’ll likely be dead before I go on a shooting spree,” the suspect allegedly wrote.
These days, anyone who even talks about something like this, has to know there will be serious consequences.
FOX News reports:
West Virginia University student arrested after allegedly threatening to carry out ‘shooting spree’
A West Virginia University freshman was arrested and charged with making “terroristic threats,” campus police said in a statement Thursday.
Cheickna Kagnassy, a 21-year-old pre-business major from Columbia, Md., was arrested at his residence in Morgantown Wednesday, Deputy Chief Phil Scott said in an online statement. Scott said a citizen notified police after the WVU student allegedly talked about carrying out a “shooting spree” then taking his own life.
Officers also received screenshots of a conversation through Facebook which purportedly showed the suspect saying, “I legit feel like going on a shooting spree,” according to WBOY, which cited court documents.
“Don’t worry dawg, I’ll likely be dead before I go on a shooting spree,” the suspect allegedly wrote, per the records.
The WVU Police Department arrested a student for making terroristic threats.
“Our number one concern is always the safety of the University community. This provides an example of the system working exactly the way it should,” Chief W.P. Chedester said. https://t.co/NW0og9Y1BQ
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