Teen Accused of Threatening to ‘Shoot Up’ Gibbs High School
A Gibbs High School student received “school consequences” for encouraging him, St. Petersburg police said.
ST. PETERSBURG – A Pinellas Park teen has been accused of threatening on Facebook to “shoot up” Gibbs High School, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
The 17-year-old boy was charged with a felony in connection with written threats to conduct a mass shooting/act of terrorism.
Police said he posted on Facebook that he would “shoot up” Gibbs High School if someone “liked” his post. He also had several posts of him and firearms. He also violated is the terms of his probation, and will be
A Gibbs High School student, received school consequences after encouraging him in the post’s comments, officers said.
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