Inland Empire News
Palm Springs man arrested for threatening Palm Springs High School students
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (KABC) -- An 18-year-old man from Palm Springs was arrested on Dec. 18, accused of using a friend's Facebook account to post a threat against Palm Springs High School.
Detectives say David Torres's post said: "I'm going to kill everyone at PSHS tomorrow so stay home, I got a gun."
Torres is not a student at the school. Police said it was a prank.
Torres was charged Wednesday with making criminal threats, a felony that could land him in prison for up to three years if convicted.
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