A former student of a Fort Worth high school is behind bars for allegedly making threats to shoot up the school, according to Fort Worth police.
A police spokesman said Daniel Gomez, 18, was arrested after making a threat towards South Hills High School on social media.
The threat was posted to SnapChat and police were notified about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday and an arrest was made early Thursday morning, police said.
One post appeared to show a threatening message followed by another post with a photo of a gun.
Police said no weapons were recovered when they arrested Gomez.
Gomez is also facing a possession of marijuana charge, in addition to a terroristic threat charge, police said.
A Fort Worth ISD spokesman only confirm that Gomez is not a current student.