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Student arrested after tweeting about 'pulling a Columbine'

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WOODSTOCK, Ga. -

Police arrested at 17-year-old Woodstock High student after he allegedly tweeted that he was planning on "pulling a Columbine."

Cherokee County Sheriff's Office authorities said that Lake Reynolds was arrested on Friday after parents alerted school officials about the tweet on Thursday.

The full message, which was posted on Thursday, read, ""Planning on pulling a Columbine tomorrow guys, be prepared!"  

Officials say that Reynolds admitted to posting the message after being pulled out of class.

According to Cherokee County officials, Reynolds was not armed and there's no indication students at Woodstock High were ever in danger.

Reynolds is being held on an $11,000 bond at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center.

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