On October 12, several students at Walter Johnson High School declared their school resource officer that Luis Cabrera wrote a…
On October 12, several students at Walter Johnson High School declared their school resource officer that Luis Cabrera wrote a threatening photo and statement to Snapchat.
WASHINGTON – A teenager has been arrested and charged to threaten students at the Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland.
On October 12, several students at Walter Johnson High School told his school resources officer that Luis Amilcar Cabrera, 18, in Rockville, had posted a photo of himself with a loaded AR-rifle with the caption “Skooter” to Snapchat, according to a press release from the Montgomery County Police.
Police say Cabrera is a former student at Walter Johnson High School.
The students who reported Cabrera said he did similar posts in the last month, including those who read “I Hate WJ” and “Have, I’ll Shoot Up The School.”
In the videos he published, Cabrera said he owns the AR-1
5 and keeps it with him at all times for protection. He has also seen a 40-caliber KelTek rifle, according to the press release.
At a press conference on October 20, Montgomery County Police Capt. Paul Starks that Cabrera lived with friends at an apartment in Towson area and Stark’s department worked with the Baltimore County police to locate and arrest Cabrera.
When the police arrested Cabrera, they also managed to restore both the AR-15 and KelTek rifles seen in his posts, as well as ammunition for both guns.
The Montgomery County police charged Cabrera with a threat of mass violence on Friday. He is held without binding.
Cabrera’s first hearing is in Rockville District Court at 08:30 on Monday, October 22.
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