On Sunday, 3/4/18, a Faulkner County Sheriff Deputy took a terroristic threatening report from the parent of a juvenile. The juvenile stated 18 year old Brandon Bradley of Cabot made several threatening remarks via Facebook Messenger.
One alleged statement by Bradley was "It's going to be like that recent school shooting, but just one person." On Monday and Tuesday, 3/5-6/18, a Faulkner County Sheriff Investigator looked into the case. Subsequently an arrest warrant was issued for Mr. Bradley on 3/7/18 for 1st Degree Terroristic Threatening, a class D felony.
With the assistance of Cabot Police Department, Mr. Bradley was arrested late morning on 3/7/18 and booked into the Faulkner County Detention Center where he remains with no bond or court date listed at the time of this press release. This incident is considered under investigation.
Faulkner County Sheriff Tim Ryals warns citizens that FCSO takes all threats seriously, especially to the youth among us. Plan to visit our detention center if you make threats like Mr. Bradley. Sheriff Ryals and FCSO is committed to fighting violent crimes, crimes against children, and property crimes.