A high school student has been charged with paying a Rednet user for sending a threat to his school
A student at Rancho Kote High School committed a crime
The campaign includes a website manager who was under threat
Authorities say officers are taking care of the school and the student.
Public safety officer Robert Park did not name the student because he was a child at the time of the threat.
Authorities say the trial began on March 27, 2017 at the school
deputies received a bomb threat at 5:45 p.m. The school is
not just during the conference, but also members of the school’s sports team
some of the staff were outside the school and were evacuated there
Police searched the home and no suspect was found.
Then on the morning of March 8, 2017, the email was sent with another threat
nothing. Also send an email with the mines listed
threat of mass murder in schools
more than 1400 students.
All students and staff were expelled from school
The rest of the day. Threats were investigated and no one was present
Researchers are plausible evidence.
Public safety investigators at Rohnert Park began working with the FBI to determine who was responsible for these threats.
In April 2017, the FBI charged 18-year-old Israel
There are many bombs and ammunition in the Jewish community
Centers, schools, and other American centers.
They all work in the dark market giving each other
Destruction and consequences.
Investigators linked the man to an accident at Rancho Couture High School.
An FBI agent assisted local agents in the investigation
private money and other bank accounts, and via the Internet
does and ultimately points to students
In 2017, individuals protested and retaliated.
He was recently arrested this year and abused. No details were released on the charges.