Crosbyton High School Student Arrested for Terroristic Threats
A Crosbyton High School senior has been charged with making terroristic threats at his school.
18-year-old Coltin Shock was arrested after several students reported that he mentioned Columbine and threatened to place explosives at the school. Shock made bond and was released from the Crosby County Jail. Crosbyton Police Chief Greg Parrott said there was no evidence to suggest that Shock actually planned to carry out his threats and that he thought making them would stop students from bullying him. Parrott said nevertheless, making terroristic threats is a criminal offense.