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Campus shooting threat found on Internet

A University of Maryland student has been taken into custody after comments threatening violence on campus were posted on the Internet, authorities said.

Alexander Song (University of Maryland Department of Public Safety)

The statements were posted late Saturday, and apparently referred to Sunday as “tomorrow,” Limansky said.

A warrant was obtained charging him with disturbing the orderly conduct of university activities, a misdemeanor, Limansky said.

He said Song was unarmed when taken into custody.

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