Arrest Made in Camden School Threat
State Police have arrested a former Camden student for 'making terroristic threats.'
22 year-old Bradley Davis Jr is accused of sending messages of planning "a school shooting at an unidentified school in the Camden school district," according to State Police.
Oswego police were notified by an acquaintance of Davis around 2:00 am Monday, March 5th about the "alarming messages he received via Facebook messenger."
Police found Davis at a friend’s home in Oneida when he was taken into custody. Further investigation revealed Davis sent similar messages to more than one person. At the time of his arrest, police says Davis did not have access to any weapons. "It does not appear there had been any ongoing planning for the event, but rather that the defendant was upset last night about personal issues."
Camden police notified the school immediately after hearing about the threat. The Camden Central School District then cancelled school.
Davis was taken to the Oneida County Jail where he awaits arraignment.