Two Catholic schools in St. Charles County have called off classes after a threat made on social media.
Facebook post read: “Hey Madison County Courthouse, tick, tick, tick….boom.”
An Illinois appeals court has thrown out the conviction and five-year prison sentence against an aspiring rapper who prosecutors said threatened a murderous rampage in a scribbled note found in the college student’s car.
Ladue Police are hoping to get a key piece of information later today in who sent that Instagram message that put all schools in the district on high alert Thursday.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says it is investigating a threat reported by Springfield police against Gov. Jay Nixon.
Prosecutors say she made the threat after being fired.
A Kansas prison inmate has been convicted of sending threatening letters to two Sedgwick County judges and other law enforcement officials.
Claimed threatening note contained rap lyrics
Olutoson Oduwole’s trial began last week in Edwardsville in Madison County.
Olutosin Oduwole’s attorneys call the note harmless and merely music lyrics.