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Court adjourned for man in threats case

November 7, 2013
The Leader Herald

GLOVERSVILLE - A Speculator man who allegedly threatened a "Columbine-style" shooting at Gloversville High School had his case in City Court adjourned until next month.

Trevor Blanchard, 24, of 104 Stanyon Park Drive, Speculator, was charged in September with making terrorist threats and disseminating indecent materials to minors, both felonies. His next court appearance will be Dec. 11 at 9 a.m. Albany attorney Mike Sutton was appointed to represent him as a public defender.

Police previously said Blanchard allegedly sent a female GHS student an online message in which he requested photos of her. When she refused, police said, Blanchard allegedly sent lewd photos and made threats toward the girl and her friends.

Police said Blanchard later sent messages to the girl stating: "I'll pull a Columbine" and "Goodbye, GHS."

 
 

 

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