Teen arrested again on suspicion of making threat toward Interlachen High School

Teen arrested again on suspicion of making threat toward Interlachen High School

Baylee Crowe, 19

PUTNAM COUNTY, Fla. — A teen arrested in May on suspicion of threatening violence at Interlachen High School is back in jail after being accused of making another threat.

Baylee Crowe, now 19, was initially arrested May 9 after deputies said he posted a picture of himself on Snapchat holding a gun with the text, "No school tomorrow?"

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Crowe was an 18-year-old senior at Interlachen High School at the time of his arrest.

Crowe was released from jail June 14, according to a news release from the Putnam County Sheriff's Office.

Conditions of his release included wearing an ankle monitor that would alert authorities if he was within 1,000 feet of a school and he was also ordered to stay away from Interlachen High School students.

The Sheriff's Office said Crowe approached students at an Interlachen High School bus stop Tuesday afternoon and made a threatening comment about plans to "shoot up the school."

School staff were notified of the threat Wednesday, which led to Crowe's bond being revoked and he was arrested again.

Crowe is currently being held in the county jail without bond and "a risk protection order is being obtained to prevent Crowe from legally having possession of a firearm," the release said.

"We will continue to take seriously any threat made against our school campuses and students," Sheriff H.D. "Gator" DeLoach said. "It is sad this young man has chosen to continue in a manner that is threatening to the safety of our schools, but we will continue to ensure our children are safe and any threat against a school will be met with the severest consequences possible."

Superintendent of Schools, Rick Surrency said "We are taking all measures to ensure our students, staff, and schools remain safe from those who threaten to do harm. I am proud of the swift action taken by our School Staff, Youth Resource Deputies, and the Putnam County Sheriff's Office. School safety, always has been, and always will be a top priority in our District."

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