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Man accused of terroristic threats due back in court in October

GLOVERSVILLE - The man who police say threatened to shoot up Gloversville High School like the Columbine massacre had his case adjourned Monday.

24-year-old Trevor Blanchard will be back in court in October

He is accused of making the threats on September 11, forcing the high school into lockdown.

Police say he made the threats after a 14 year old student refused to return inappropriate pictures he sent her on snap chat.



GLOVERSVILLE - A Speculator man has been arrested and charged with making terroristic threats

Police say 24-year-old Trevor Blanchard of 104 Stanyon Park Drive was using an app called "Snap Chat" to send inappropriate photos to a 14-year-old girl.  When she would not send photos back, Blanchard allegedly threatened to "shoot up Gloversville High School Columbine style".

Blanchard is charged with making terroristic threats, and disseminating indecent materials to minors.

The Gloversville School District took extra precautions, including extra police presence.  Security had already been improved over the summer with new school access systems including buzz in access and increased monitoring of school hallways.
 
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