CAMDEN, N.Y.- A former Camden high school student pleaded guilty on Friday for causing a very scary day throughout the Camden school district back in march. 22 year old Bradley Davis pleaded guilty to one count of attempted making a terroristic threat.
Davis was originally charged with making a terroristic threat.
Back on march 5th, Camden schools Superintendent Jeffrey Bryant received a call at 2:30 am from Camden’s police chief about a Facebook threat. Police say an acquaintance of Davis noticed that Davis had posted messages on Facebook indicating that he planned a school shooting at an unidentified school in the Camden school district.
All school buildings were shut down for the day. Davis is scheduled to be sentenced on July 18th.
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