Kent State Student Arrested After Tweeting Plan to 'Shoot Up' School

19-year-old Kent State University sophomore William Koberna was arrested yesterday at his parents home in Brunswick, Ohio, after posting a tweet threatening to "shoot up" his school.

Brunswick police booked Koberna into Portage County Jail on charges of felony inducing panic and misdemeanor aggravated menacing. He is expected to be arraigned in court this afternoon.

Koberna also faces possible suspension or expulsion from Kent.

"Any threat to our campus community is taken seriously and immediately investigated," said university president Lester Lefton. "Our students, employees, and all those who come to campus should know that their safety is our top priority."

On Twitter, friends of Koberna expressed shock at his arrest.

"Holy sh*t I can't believe bill got arrested for a tweet," said Ashley Mikulec. "If they saw half of his tweets and took them seriously he'd be in a mental asylum."

[photo via Twitter via Global Grind]