Bossier Police Arrest Bossier Learning Center Student for Drug Possession & Terror Threats
The Bossier Sheriff's Office, working in concert with Bossier police, have arrested a teenage student at the Bossier Learning Center for drug possession. In what's being called a routine search, authorities arrested Cameron Jessup,17, of Haughton after a K-9 unit sniffed out marijuana and other drug paraphernalia hidden inside his truck.
According to police, one Bossier Learning Center teacher informed an on-scene deputy that Jessup had said "this school makes me want to shoot everyone." When confronted about the statement, the suspect confirmed he made it.
"We take very seriously any threats of violence," said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. "We will not tolerate anyone threatening our schools or cause fear of safety in our businesses, homes or churches."
Jessup was booked at the Bossier Maximum Security Facility on charges of terrorizing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is currently awaiting bond.
The Bossier Learning Center specializes in adult education services for people who are 16 and older and have less than a high school education.