Lafayette man charged with terrorizing
LAFAYETTE- A 37-year-old Lafayette man accused of making terroristic threats on Facebook against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and several local police agencies has been arrested and charged with terrorizing.
The Advertiser reports Ryan Kazemi, a former patrolman in Breaux Bridge, was arrested Tuesday without incident.
Kazemi's is being held on a $50,000 bond.
Sgt. Billy Abrams, a spokesman for the university's police department, says Kazemi used Facebook to make threats and references to local police agencies, including the university police.
University police said Kazemi was not an imminent threat to the campus community.
It was unclear whether Kazemi has an attorney.
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