Teen Punished For "Terroristic Tweet" Claims Unfair TreatmentJared Raydon-Perry says he was kicked out of school for a tweet, while another student who authored a threatening blog was allowed to stay in class.
Irving Man Arrested After Stand Off With PoliceAn Irving man is in police custody after a stand off his home with a gun.
Parents Outraged Over Late Notice Of Terroristic ThreatA 13-year-old will spend the night and possibly the weekend behind bars. Police say he sent several friends a photo of himself with a gun telling them not to come to school the next day.
Threatening Tweet Toward Police Has Some WorriedA tweet threatening a local police officer has some worried that patrol cars could become moving targets.
Fort Worth 17-Year-Old Arrested For Terroristic ThreatThe Fort Worth Police Intelligence Unit for Terroristic Threat has arrested a 17-year-old boy in relation to a picture he posted on social media.
Hood County Man Charged With Making Terroristic ThreatHood County Sheriff's deputies have arrested and charged a 21-year-old man with making terroristic threats against a school.
Father Cleared Of Making Terroristic Threat: "I'm Not A Monster"The man accused of making terroristic threats at his son's school has been found not guilty by a jury. Staff members at Celina Elementary said an unarmed Ronald Miller role-played a shooter in the school's office.
Child Injured, Father Arrested For Making Terroristic ThreatA Watauga man has been charged with making a terroristic threat after becoming angry that his child was injured at a babysitter's residence.
Father Arrested For Violating HEB Campus Protective OrderEducators and law enforcement were on high alert today on the lookout for a parent who had threatened violence at a Hurst elementary school. Alexius Tavo was banned from all HEB ISD campuses but showed up at a school anyway.
Dad Arrested After Making Terroristic Threats At Celina SchoolA North Texas father was arrested and charged with making a terroristic threat at a school. It wasn’t unusual to see father Ronald Miller, 44, on campus, but staffers say his demeanor one recent day was anything but usual.