Yet another student has been arrested for allegedly posting a threatening message on social media.
Myreon Daquan Davis, 17, is the latest student in Oakland County to be charged with making a false report or threat of terrorism. Davis, a Redford Township resident and student at Farmington Central High School, was taken into custody on Wednesday, March 21 by Farmington Hills police for allegedly making the threat. It was posted that afternoon and, as a precaution, Farmington Central and Farmington Community School were closed Thursday.
School administrators contacted police after learning of the threat and an investigation determined Davis is responsible for it, police said.
No weapons were found in Davis’ home and his family was cooperative, police said.
A Facebook post by FPS Superintendent George Heitsch states, in part: “We are very saddened that one of our students chose to express a threatening message on social media. Behavior of this type is not representative of our student body and is simply unacceptable.”
Magistrate Michael Sawicky of 47th district court set Davis’ bond at $50,000, with 10 percent required to be posted for his release from jail.
A preliminary exam is scheduled for April 6.
The Farmington Hills Police Department asks anyone with additional information on the case to contact the command desk at (248) 871-2610.
Classes will resume Friday.