Police Arrest Former Floydada High School Student for Shooting Threat
On Tuesday, officers with the Floydada Police Department arrested a former high school student for making a shooting threat.
Police were tipped off by staff at Floydada Independent School District.
The student had allegedly withdrawn from the school last week. Since then, he had posted a Snapchat image of inside his former High School with a caption that read "school shooter."
Sargent Ramon, the FISD School Resource Officer, identified the student in question and a warrant was then issued for his arrest.
Eighteen-year-old Noah Sarabia has been charged with making a Terroristic Threat and is being held in the Lubbock County Jail.