Sheriff: Teenager wrote threatening song immediately after university suspension

Sheriff’s deputies arrested an 18-year-old significant college scholar in Florida right after they say he admitted to recording a tune in which he threatened to destroy a college administrator

PALM Coast, Fla. — An 18-calendar year-outdated higher university college student in Florida has been arrested after recording a track in which he threatened to get rid of a college administrator following a suspension, sheriff’s officers reported.

Joseph Washington was arrested Tuesday on felony prices of building published threats to destroy, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Business explained in a Fb publish.

A judge unveiled the teen from jail Wednesday and his trial is pending, documents demonstrate.

Washington explained to investigators he wrote and recorded the song in retaliation for remaining suspended from Matanzas Large University in Palm Coastline for a gown code violation and for applying offensive language, sheriff’s officers stated.

In the tune, which was circulated on the internet, Washington can be heard indicating he will “gladly do it yet again,” the sheriff’s business claimed.

When sheriff’s deputies talked to him, Washington admitted writing and recording the tune. He instructed them “he knew the outcomes of his actions could be that he was arrested and billed with a felony offense,” the sheriff’s statement stated.

Washington informed investigators he did not intend to have out any of the threats, and that it was all just a “fantasy,” the statement stated. Washington was then arrested.

“To anybody that however thinks saying ‘I was just kidding about or it’s a fantasy’ is going to get them out of staying arrested when they threaten someone’s everyday living – permit this be a wake-up get in touch with,” Sheriff Rick Staly claimed.

“We have a zero-tolerance plan and we do not take threats like these evenly, particularly when it arrives to our schools,” Staley explained. “If you make threatening statements on the web, in writing and or even if veiled in music, you will be arrested.”

A attorney for Washington was not stated on jail data.