By Jon Watje
Police say a woman, who was a former student of Mustang High School, threatened to bomb the school on a social network site online.
"A resource officer at the high school said there was a threat on Facebook about bombing the school," said Mustang Police Det. Camie McNeil. "A suspect was identified and an arrest was made outside our jurisdiction."
Oklahoma City police arrested Kaylah Shabre Thomas Austin, 20, at a residence at the 3300 block of N. Shartel Ave. on Friday, Aug. 23.
According to the police report, the Facebook post read, "Guess what? Ima bomb Mustang High School on Monday morning. No one should have to put up with the low life bigots that inhabit that school. So if you wanna lose your life keep picking on the homosexuals of Mustang."
The report said a teacher at the school noticed the post and told the school’s resource officer, who then contacted the Mustang Police Department.
McNeil said despite the threat, the school was never under any danger.
"We have no reason to believe that she had the means to carry out the bombing," she said.
Austin was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail where she was charged with Telephoning a Bomb Threat. Her bond was set at $5,000.