Prosecutors say a 17-year-old Bellevue East student threatened to kill the dean of students a day after the high school was evacuated when another youth took a pellet gun to school.
Both young men were charged as adults Friday in Sarpy County Court.
Brandon M. Kloberdance, 17, was charged with terroristic threats, a felony, and disturbing the peace because of his comments Thursday about the dean of students and teachers.
His bail was set at $100,000. He must pay $10,000 to be released from jail.
Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said Kloberdance mentioned the other boy in a Facebook post, but authorities don't believe he participated in the pellet gun incident Wednesday.
Daejawntae “D.J.” Goings, 16, took an Airsoft gun to Bellevue East, prosecutors say.
Goings was charged with tampering with physical evidence, a felony, and two misdemeanors: false reporting and disturbing the peace.
Polikov said Goings showed people the gun, which fires non-lethal plastic pellets but looks like a real handgun. The boy had the gun in his waistband and didn't point it at anyone, Police Chief Mark Elbert has said.
Goings also “ditched” the gun after police were called, according to authorities.
His bail was set at $5,000, and he must pay $500 to be released.
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