PIEDMONT, Ala. — According to the Piedmont police, a 19-year-old guy has been accused of threatening terroristic activity at a school over social media.
On Friday, Piedmont High School was placed in lockdown after Police Chief Nathan Johnson stated that a resident of Piedmont named Kenneth Cole Candelario posted a video on Snapchat showing that he had a gun in the school’s parking lot while making threats towards law enforcement.
Candelario’s video also showed him making threats toward law enforcement.
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The police searched the school but could not locate Candelario on the premises. Candelario was found and brought to the Calhoun County Prison, where he is held on a $10,000 bond.
On April 17, he is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing in court.
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