Man charged with Facebook threats
DES ALLEMANDS, La., Oct. 4 (UPI) -- A Louisiana man is accused of posting threatening messages against police and the St. Charles Parish School Board on Facebook, police said.
Witney P. Curole, 39, of Des Allemands was arrested Friday and charged with terrorizing for his alleged threats against the school board, the St. Charles Sheriff's Office and National Guard, The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune reported Tuesday.
Police said they don't know why Curole made the treats, the newspaper said.
His wife Lisa was charged with allegedly lying to police about her husband's location.
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