Parent arrested for threatening to open fire on school groundsWritten by Janela Carrera
Guam - A parent of a student at Agueda Johnston Middle School has been arrested for allegedly threatening to open fire on school grounds.
A magistrate report states that on Wednesday the school went into lock down after normal school hours because there were still students on campus. Police say 42-year-old Junior Jally went to the school apparently drunk.
While there he approached two individuals and asked if his daughters were still at school because they had not yet returned home. When the witnesses told Jally that his daughters were no longer at the school, the suspect allegedly threatened to come back to the school with a gun and kill people.
This frightened the witnesses who immediately reported the incident to school administrators. Police were called out to the scene and Jally was later interviewed.
According to the report Jally admitted that he was intoxicated and said "some bad things." He was charged with terroristic conduct as a third degree felony.