A suspect has been detained in connection with threats aimed at Florida A&M University.
FAMU Police Chief Terence Calloway reports Campus Safety and Security received emails, text messages and phone calls Monday evening about the threat that was posted on social media. The information helped Campus Safety, along with other law enforcement agencies, identify a person of interest. FAMU police worked with local law enforcement and the Broward County Sheriff’s Office to detain the suspect, and the investigation is ongoing.
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