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17-year-old student accused of posting school shooting threats on social media in Katy

KATY, Texas (KTRK)– A 17- year-old high school trainee was jailed on Tuesday after threatening to soar a charter school in Katy, according to the Harris County Precinct 5 Constable’s Office.

Deputies from Constable Ted Heap’s workplace jailed a Emanuel Pineda-Flores for threatening to open fire at Calvin Nelms Charter Schools.

Investigators stated Pineda-Flores utilized a phony social networks account to publish images of a gun over the weekend.

In those posts, he made duplicated recommendations to his strategies about performing a school shooting at his previous school in the 20600 block of Clay Road today, according to deputies.

Pct. 5 deputies had the ability to recognize the suspect and find him at his present high school, where he was jailed without event Tuesday early morning.

Pineda-Flores has actually been charged with making a terroristic risk.

After a comprehensive examination, deputies stated the suspect never ever planned to follow through on his dangers.

Pineda-Flores’ bond was set at $50,000, and he’s anticipated in court on Wednesday at 9 a.m.

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