On October 12, several students from Walter Johnson High School told their headmaster that Luis Cabrera had provided a snapchat with a threatening photo and explanation.
WASHINGTON – A Teenager Arrested and Threatened Against Students at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland
On October 12, several students from Walter Johnson High School told their headmaster that Luis Amilcar Cabrera, 18, from Rockville According to a press release from the Montgomery County Police Department the police say that Cabrera is a former student of Walter Johnson High School
The students, the Cabrera, posted a photo of themselves They said he was doing similar posts over the past month, including those who read "I hate WJ" and "Ha, ha, I'm going to shoot the school."
In the videos he posted, Cabrera said he owns the AR-1
At a press conference on October 20, Captain Starks of Montgomery County Police said Cabrera was in a Towson apartment with friends. The Starks team worked with the Baltimore police to locate and arrest Cabrera ,
When the police arrested Cabrera, they managed to find both AR-15 and KelTek rifles and ammunition for both weapons
Montgomery County police charged Cabrera with a threat of mass violence on Friday. He is being held without a loan.
Cabrera's first hearing will take place on Monday, October 22 at 8:30 am in the Rockville District Court.
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