Student faces possible jail time for making false report about shooting threat, police say

A student who falsely reported a shooting threat at a Cedar Park high school to help her friend skip classes faces up to two years in jail, an arre...

October 3, 2022
4:10 AM

A student who falsely reported a shooting threat at a Cedar Park high school to help her friend skip classes faces up to two years in jail, an arrest affidavit said.Abbygale Harris, 17, of Leander, was charged with making a false alarm or report. The charge is a state jail felony. Her attorney, Heather Parmer, declined to comment Tuesday about the case.Harris and another student told a school resource officer at Vista Ridge High School on Sept. 20 that they had received an anonymous message on Snapchat from a person who planned to commit a shooting at the school, the affidavit said.

Claire Osborn