St. Rose teen arrested for terrorizing

St. Rose, La. - A St. Rose teenager in police custody after he made threats in a chat room to shoot students at a North Carolina High School.

St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne said on October 6th, the St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office along with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office began investigating the juvenile after he allegedly made threats of mass violence to a high school in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Through the investigation it was learned that the juvenile made threats in a chat room to shoot students at the North Carolina High School, naming particular students in the threat.

Once questioned by officers, the juvenile allegedly admitted to making the threats in order to see the reaction of the students in the chat room.

Police say the teen obtained the students names from a social media account to make them think the threat was real.  On October 8th, he was arrested on a warrant for terrorizing.  The juvenile was arrested and booked accordingly and is being held on a $100,000 bond at the Assumption Juvenile Detention Center.