A Southern Connecticut State University is accused of harassing and threatening several Fairfield-Ludlowe High School students over Snapchat, according to Fairfield police.
Police allege that 23-year-old Nicholas Graham told the victims that he would find them and kill them and all their friends over Snapchat on Tuesday. The police investigation began when parents of those high school students saw the posts and called 911.
Graham was taken into custody without incident and told investigators that the comments came out of emotion and anger, and that he had no intention of harming anyone. He was taken to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for evaluation.
Investigators said they found no evidence that Graham had the capacity to act on these threats.
Graham was charged with second-degree harassment, second-degree threatening and second-degree breach of peace. He is scheduled to appear in Bridgeport Superior Court Wednesday and is currently being held on a $20,000 bond.
Police stressed that while there is no known threat to the public or any Fairfield school, but there will be an increased police presence at schools as a precaution.