MOBILE, Ala. (WRKG) — Two University of South Alabama students have been accused of making a terrorist threat this week.
21-year-old Jack Christensen was arrested by campus police Thursday.
USA officials have confirmed Christensen is a student at the university. This incident was brought to the attention of USA Police by a university employee. During the investigation, the suspect was seen on a university security camera allegedly committing the act a second time.
Earlier this week, 21-year-old Jaleel Hughes was arrested by campus police on Tuesday. He was booked into Mobile Metro jail on a terrorist threat charge.
USA officials have confirmed Hughes is a student at the University, but will not release details on the threat made.
“University of South Alabama Police on Tuesday, Sept. 10 arrested Jaleel Hughes, age 21, of Mobile. Hughes, a University student, has been charged with making a terrorist threat. Due to the ongoing police investigation, the University cannot provide any additional information at this time,” said Bob Lowrey, Director of Communications and Media Relations.
Huges bonded out of jail three hours after he was booked.
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