Teen ac­cused of threats stays on home ar­rest

Santa Fe New Mexican - - LOCAL & REGION -

CLO­VIS — A judge re­jected a re­quest by an Eastern New Mex­ico Dis­trict At­tor­ney’s Of­fice to jail a Clo­vis teenager on al­le­ga­tions that she vi­o­lated court or­ders.

The Eastern New Mex­ico News re­ported that the 16-year-old girl, ac­cused of post­ing shoot­ing threats on so­cial me­dia last month against two Clo­vis schools, was barred from ac­cess­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tion de­vices as a con­di­tion of her re­lease last week. The teenager re­mains in the cus­tody of her par­ents and on home ar­rest.

Dis­trict At­tor­ney An­drea Reeb says the teenager vi­o­lated court or­ders by post­ing to Snapchat. Of­fi­cials from the Ju­ve­nile Pro­ba­tion Of­fice saw the posts and re­quested an ar­rest war­rant.

Reeb said her of­fice will file a mo­tion to re­view the con­di­tions of her re­lease so the mat­ter can be brought back to the court.

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