In February of this year 20 year old Caleb Jamaal Clemmons posted a blog with the threat of “shooting up georgia southern” to see if he would be arrested. Just three hourslater he was arrested after an anonymous email was received by Georgia Southern Police and charged with issuing terroristic threats via computer.
Tuesday Clemmons entered a guilty plea to the charges and was sentenced to six months in the Bulloch County jail and five years probation. He was credited with the six months he has already been held after he was unable to raise bail. If he fails to successfully complete mental health and drug and alcohol evaluations within 30 days he will also spend 150-180 days in a probation detention center.
The plea deal also specifies he must not return to Bulloch, Screven, Effingham and Jenkins counties and must not post on social media while on probation.
When he posted the blog message Clemmons was a psychology major at Georgia Southern University. In the blog he said “pass this around to see the affect it has. to see if i get arrested.”