Danvers Teen Charged with Threat At Manchester School Days After Newtown Shooting
Threats on a school bathroom at the high school in Manchester-by-the-Sea threatened that everyone would die and there would be no mercy days after the Newton, Conn. school shooting.
A teenager from Danvers who attends Manchester-Essex Regional High School has been charged in connection with threats he allegedly scrawled on a boys room wall day after the school shooting in Newton, Conn., according to a report by the Salem News on Friday.
Gabriel Lambert, 17, of 86 Collins St., was charged with threats, vandalism and disturbing a school. It allegedly occurred on Dec. 18 and he was arraigned on Thursday in Salem District Court, the News reported.
Lambert plead not guilty and was ordered to stay away from the school, undergo a mental evaluation and be monitored by a GPS bracelet.