For the second time in two weeks, a student at Navarre High School has made threats on social media against students at the school.
The first was on Sept. 23 from a student on Instagram threatening several students under the guise of Memento.mori.mer which translated means “remember you must die.” The threat began with “To everyone who knows me: I hate you. Maybe you can’t tell, but it should be obvious.” It ended with “I hope you all have fun in Hell, because I’m going to drag you down with me, to the darkest depths, where I’ll be for my crimes against criminals and fights against fake people, those mocking angels.”
School officials and sheriff’s deputies took action quickly and resolved the situation.
According to a press release by the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office, Oct. 4 deputies with the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office received information related to a specific threat to students at the high school over social media.
During the investigation it was determined the student who wrote the threats did so under another students name when they created a fictitious account to disseminate the threats. The student was confronted with the evidence which was collected during the course of the investigation and is facing felony charges.
Investigators worked diligently overnight to determine who wrote the threats. Early this morning, investigators questioned the suspect. At this time, the name of the individual is being withheld pending additional follow up investigations.
In addition to criminal charges, other consequences could include suspension and alternate schooling.