UPDATE: Suspect in social media threats toward schools case waives extradition hearing

Suspect arrested after making social media threats toward Eufaula and Quitman Co. schools

(WTVM) - The suspect who was arrested after allegedly making social media threats toward schools in Eufaula, Alabama and Quitman County, Georgia has waived an extradition hearing.

Levi Junior Calhoun III, 27 of Georgetown, Georgia is currently being held in the Eufaula City Jail as he awaits a bond hearing.

Calhoun was arrested on a felony warrant for making a terrorist threat.

He was taken into custody by the Quitman County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, Nov. 9.

According to the Eufaula Police Department, additional warrants will be obtained, and Calhoun will be charged with eight counts of making a terrorist threat. The nature of the threats and the dangerous content will cause warrants to be obtained for each educational facility that was impacted.

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