SAPD arrests man for allegedly making threats on class reunion's Facebook

SAPD arrests man for allegedly making threats on class reunion's Facebook

SAPD arrests man for allegedly making threats on class reunion's Facebook

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by Phil Anaya / KENS 5

khou.com

Posted on July 7, 2012 at 1:29 PM

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- The 20-year reunion for 1992 graduates of John Marshall High School didn't come without a dash of drama on Friday.

Police arrested Marshall graduate Jason Moss, 38, after claims he mad online threats. Detectives said Moss wrote threats of vengeance on the reunion's Facebook page because he was bullied in high school.

Several alumni tipped police off to the Facebook page, prompting investigators to act on it even if it may have been nothing more than a threat.

"Anytime someone puts a threat out there in a public forum and threats of that nature, we're going to take them seriously," Detective Mark Clancy said.

Moss is facing a misdemeanor that could land him in jail for up to a year if found guilty.

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