WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- Cherokee Sheriff's Deputies arrested a Woodstock High School student on Friday morning for Terroristic Threats
Cherokee County School District Police Department and school administration had begun an investigation just before the arrest, on reports that a student had communicated a terroristic threat via social media.
Police said 17-year-old Lake Reynolds, a junior, had tweeted the following message: "Planning on pulling a Columbine tomorrow guys, be prepared!"
Parents made multiple calls to the school, who notified the sheriff's office.
Reynolds was pulled from class, and he admitted to posting the tweet. He was unarmed, and police found no indication Reynolds was planning an attack, but they are still charging him with the threat.
Reynolds is in custody in the Cherokee Adult Detention Center on a bond of $11,200.