Bristow Graduate Faces Terroristic Threat Charge
BRISTOW, Oklahoma - Bristow police say they've arrested a man for making a threat against the high school.
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Officers say Braden Avery made a threatening post on social media Thursday.
They say it shows Avery with a gun and the caption "don't go to school." Police arrested him within hours.
He's now in the Creek County Jail facing a charge of making a terroristic threat. The school superintendent says although several students saw the post only one reported it.